Been chatting with Sudodus. Back in the days of 4GB and 8GB flash drives it was not so bad when SDC, mkusb and Rufus used the whole drive to make a Live USB. Nowadays with 64GB and larger flash drives it seems like a waste. Making the remaining space Persistent is a great start but even on my desktop, my /home partition is only about 30GB. Any chance using some of this excess persistence space as NTFS so the drive could be used for data both by Windows and Linux? Sorta like mkusb does with Persistent drives.
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