I generated a Linux OS USB Stick-It works. I then grouped all the Linux files in the stick in one folder for better organization so I can use the same stick for storage. After I did this, I no longer could boot from my USB stick. The USB stick still has space after creating the bootable OS. What do I need to do in order to use the remaining space on the drive?
I seek a Linux-capable USB modem stick to work with Kubuntu 12.04 on my laptop. I have opened a mobile broadband account with Iprimus and they have sent me a HUAWEI Mobile Connect Model E160E HSDPA USB stick which works well with Windows and for a while did so also with Linux. But it now no longer does and from asking around I have gathered that this particular stick can be temperamental.
how do i install my usb stick in ubuntu 13.04 version ...............
when i used xp then after pluging the usb stick it atomatically begun to install software and installing proccess complete successfully but now i am using ubuntu 13.04 version and i plug in my usb stick but nothing is happing i don't know HOW TO INSTALL SOFTWARE OF THIS USB STICK IN UBUNT
Has anyone else come across this thing that once you put a USB memory stick into Linux, when you then stick it into a machine infected with Redmond's software, Windows complains that there's an issue with it and asks whether it [the USB stick] should be scanned for issues?