Yesterday I created a Live USB Ubuntu boot flash drive (16GB) and booted up with no problems. It runs great on my i7, 8GB laptop.
Android Studio Test
I'm attempting to test running Android Studio and Android Emulator from Ubuntu on my 8GB RAM laptop so I downloaded and attempted to install it.
Out of Space
Studio installs successfully but when the installer got to the installation of the emulator it failed and said I was out of space.
Tried Again On 64GB Flash Drive
I tried again on 64GB flash drive and got the same error.
From what I could tell the trial installation was limited to a 4GB partition even though there was more space on the drive. Is that correct? Is it limited to 4GB partition?
Is there some way to expand the partition on the trial so I can get this to work?
Is it possible to install the "full" booting version on to the 64 GB stick?