Install Fedora 14 directly on USB thumb drive
I was wondering if it was possible to install Fedora 14 directly to a USB thumb drive. I want to use an 8gb thumb drive as a hard drive with Fedora 14 on it. The "Live USB" feature is nice but it doesn't keep kernel updates. Also, I find that the Fedora USB install as well and the Pendrive Installer waste a lot of space on the thumb drive by allocating too much to /tmp and other directories.
When I attempt to install directly on the USB, I receive the message "Could not allocate requested partitions: not enough space for LVM requests." Any solutions?
I know it's possible to install Linux to a CF card and have it boot like a hard drive. My company at work does this for their customers. Can I do the same thing for a USB drive?
Thank you in advance!!