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Old 05-09-2010, 10:43 AM   #1
ssaha
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accessing liveusb reserved space


I am using ubuntu 9.10...now I have created an USB startup disk in my 1gb pen drive with a persistence region of 200MB. But after I have booted into the live ubuntu version using the pen drive how will I access the reserved space?.. I have tried mounting the pen drive but still couldn't access the reserved space...
pls help
NB:-I have only one FAT32 partition in my pen drive...
 
  


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