First, thanks for the effort put into this LIVE version - I've always wanted to try Vector but never got to it; availability of a Live CD made that painless for a Linux noob like me. I've tried various distros, and love Puppy for its pure speed, but have always struggled getting wireless to work so I'm always looking for a better alternative.
I just tried Vector Live Light on a netbook (eeePC 701) and it allowed me to readily configure the wireless without jumping through any hoops. Some of the distros capable of doing this typically run very slowly, but not Vector. Excellent Start !
I enjoyed Puppy's ability to easily install it to a USB stick and just carry that with me which has been a top seller for me; their installer essentially did all of the work and created that bootable USB.
I tried to similarly set up a USB for this purpose (seemed to be a menu choice) in Vector, but it only listed the hard drive install/did not see the USB during the installation prompts. I was able to mount this USB earlier and had see the files on it. Can I create a bootable USB drive from the live CD that provides for persistent changes so I can keep my work on it as I use various borrowed PCs on my travels?
Is there an easy way to do this ? I thought I was on to something when I sae the menu choice to create the USB, but when it didn't go well I was dead in the water. Again, I'm new to Linux in general and hopefully just missed something. Apreciate any direction/links.
And again, great work - Thanks !