On 09/22/2016 03:14 PM, Aidan Sciortino wrote:
I've rolled up some custom debian ISOs using live-build to use on a live
USB drive to develop on for a software class at school. I made sure to
set the --bootappend-live "boot=live persistence" option, and I've made
a partition called persistence and populated it with a persistence.conf
file containing "/ union". However, none of my data is being saved. I
test this out by booting the system, making a file in the home directory
of my user called test.txt, and then rebooted to see if it was still
there. Am I doing something hideously wrong?


Aidan Sciortino

It's been years, but I remember I needed 'aufs' to make changes while running a live system, like adding software or saving files. I hope that helps.
Jimmy Johnson

Debian Sid - KDE Plasma 5.7.4 - AMD64 - EXT4 at sda15
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