• Creating a portable antergos installation on a USB drive that can be modified


    I’m looking to get an antergos installation on a 64 GB USB drive. I thought a live USB would do it, however, I realized that each time I reboot, I lose all modifications made. I want to be able to install software and save files etc.

    I also attempted to install antergos on the USB, installing grub on the USB as well, but it woudn’t boot. It wouldn’t even attempt actually. I was unable to select the USB drive as the boot device in setup (it would just say an error occurred and ask me to select another device).

  • https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Installing_Arch_Linux_on_a_USB_key

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