Installing Haiku on a flash drive?
I thought I should put this in here since I'm not having a problem per se, rather that I'm trying to confirm if what I'm asking is possible. What I need to know:
1. Is it possible to install Haiku onto a USB flash drive? If so, how?
2. If installing Haiku on a USB flash drive is possible, can it be installed with persistence, or not? If so, how?
3. Is it possible to install Haiku using a distro of Linux? I ask because I plan to partition my flash drive using Linux and have both partitions bootable, one using a mini-linux distro and one using Haiku.
4. If installing Haiku to a second partition is possible, will the BIOS recognize both it and the first partition as separate and bootable?
This is about as clear as I can make my questions, so hopefully it will suffice. Thanks in advance for all the help.
Oh, something else I should mention. I plan on using Haiku mostly as a backup OS. If I use it from my flash drive, will I be able to access any hard drives on my PC while connected? If so, how?
Also, how much space should I leave for Haiku's install + applications if I can manage to get the partition thing to work?