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Thread: A USB KNoppix that can handle a 10GB+ Android sorce code download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werner P. Schulz View Post
    Have a look at persistent memory.

    Why don't you use "Installation on FAT32 with additional overlay partition"? Simple exchange of 'knoppix-data.img (.aes) with an ext4-partition will not work.
    Already tried it. Was way to slow. Took forever to do any task.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capricorny View Post
    AndyOpie: First, 16GB is way too small drive for your purpose IMHO. If you intend to do development, you should absolutely use the DVD version, and for a sizeable persistent store, you need at least 8GB for store + Knoppix cloop. One way to try is with a 32 GB stick, using 8GB for FAT32 with the Knoppix system, and the rest for, say, ext4 with your development packages.

    I would strongly recommend you to get used to ordinary Knoppix administration before you try to modify anything in more non-standard ways. Daily tasks include setting up, deleting, mounting and unmounting, and using, volumes outside of the cloop image and the persistent store.
    Thanks.
    Okie Dokie.

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