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It sounds like you have the original ISO file burned to the pen, so when you load the pen drive, the original ISO files are untarred/unzipped. This means that no matter what updates you make to the pen, it is not saved to the original file being untarred/unzipped and your changes will be lost when you reload the pen drive. A solution to this would be to ...


You can't. At least not easily. Windows has its own "shell" - and it uses "batch" files, which are distinct from bash. Windows uses .exe files, while Linux uses .elf. These make it hard to install your software. There are some solutions - you could use some cross-platform tools, like Java, that will check what OS it's running on and apply certain scripts ...

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