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I have tried a number of live distros on my USB stick but none that I have found have the ability to read / write to the USB stick, they are just replicas of a live CD distro. For example I want to save my network settings; download and save e-mails and save bookmarked websites from which ever computer I run my live distro from.
Any ideas ?
I am a relative newbie so if it is a matter of hacking a standard live disto then please do not get too techie.