Want to transfer my settings to usb-boot-stick (ubuntu), possible?
I've (finally) succeeded in creating a bootable USB-Stick for Ubuntu. It even saves files and settings .... hurray ;) !
To the question: Is theire a way that I can transfer my desktop pc's settings to the Ubuntu running from the stick? Like, say, copying my home folder? Or would it be easier to just configure it manually?
PS: The stick has 16 gig,what would be a good size for the persistent file?
Say, for example, your home directory is /home/geg on your desktop, and you mount your stick to /mnt, and your home directory on the stick is also /home/geg, you could do a . . .
Thanks! I will give it a shot and report back as soon as I am
a) at my computer
b) one hour free for experiments
PS: This would also transfer gnome-themes, desktop-background, compiz-settings, etc?
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