Ubuntu Budgie Live USB with Persistence
For example, if I wanted to make a USB with persistence for Kali, I would just download the .iso file, create 2 empty partitions on a wiped USB (FAT32, and EXT4 labeld "persistence") and run these commands:
sudo dd if=kali-example.iso of=/dev/sdb1 bs=512k
AFTER BOOTING FROM USB
mkdir -p /mnt/UUI mount /dev/sdb2 /mnt/UUI echo "/ union" > /mnt/UUI/persistence.conf umount /dev/sdb2 && reboot
Now Kali would be setup with persistence. Would the process be the similar for an OS like Ubuntu of Ubuntu Budgie? When I tried to boot from the USB after setting it up similar to the method above, I didn't get as many options for booting as Kali (Obviously I know Kali needs to be more resourceful in that way because of what it was built for). So how can I activate this feature or setup a usb with the Ubuntu Budgie ISO file?