Ticket #100 (closed enhancement: wontfix)
SoaS on Ubuntu needs more storage
|Reported by:||Mokurai||Owned by:||marcopg|
|Component:||Sugar on a Stick (SoaS)||Version:|
When I created a SoaS bootable USB drive, following the directions for Ubuntu 8.10 at http://dev.laptop.org/~probono/sbuntu/, there was no storage allocated for new files. The system gradually choked, apparently on the inability to expand existing files. Each successive boot was less functional, until it couldn't even reach a command line.
When I recreated the drive, allocating 530 MB in Create a USB Startup Disk, I got a system that boots and runs with only the usual Ubuntu package bugs. df -h says I have 338 MB free. I have no idea where the rest went.