Originally Posted by jefro
If you made it on unetbootin then just give them the persistent file.
Then they can make their usb from an iso of that distro and apply that file over the as created persistent file.
BrowserLinux does not use a persistence file, but they do use a lupusave.2fs file which has the same purpose (I believe). What I was trying to do by creating an .iso file is release them from the necessity of copying files or getting involved in the inner workings. They are mostly newbies to computer and certainly not familiar with Linux, so I don't want to scare them away.
If they can fire up UNetBootin and point it to their USB stick, I think they can handle that.
Somehow there must be a procedure they used to create the original .iso file I used to install it?