|Lee Marzke on 19 Feb 2009 20:14:24 -0800|
OK,I've got a nice fast 32GB USB thumbdrive and would like to have a portable Linux environment. I'd like to either boot the environment or be able to run it in a emulator (QEMU/Vmware) from Windows without reboot. Persistance required, and whole disk encryption would be nice
but I can't seem to find how to do all (4). Ubuntu can create a bootable USB, but no QEMU or encryption. QEMU recipies don't generally support encryption.If I install in an encrypted LVM setup, I don't see how to support an emulator.
I tried QEMU/ KQEMU with Ubuntu 8.10 and it was unbearably slow in Vista. ( Core 2 Duo with 4G ) is this normal ? I know Vmware Player would run it at almost normal speed.
Has anyone come up with a general portable USB solution ? -- Lee Marzke, firstname.lastname@example.org http://marzke.net/lee/ IT Consultant, VMware, VCenter, SAN storage, infrastructure, SW CM +1 800-393-5217 office +1 484-348-2230 fax +1 610-564-4932 cell sip://email@example.com VOIP
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