In the article, How to Create a Live Ubuntu USB Drive With Persistent Storage, that was linked in How to Burn an ISO File to a USB Drive in Linux, at the beginning of the section titled, " How to Make a Persistent Ubuntu USB Drive on Windows", the first line states, " Update : We’ve been told this no longer works with the latest versions of Ubuntu. You’ll need to use the above method instead.", then the article goes on to say that Rufus on longer can be used to make a persistent USB “disc” and says to use Linux Live USB Creator instead.
Is this saying that windows can’t be used on the latest versions of Ubuntu (and, hopefully, Mint) at all or just that Rufus can’t be used for that and one can do so with Linux Live USB Creator?
Edit: I posted here because there is no Disqus (or any other) option for comments at the end of the article.
Btw, I have been copying many of these articles to PDFs via LibreOffice Writer and it’s a bit (quite a bit!) tedious due to style and platform mismatches (I have to copy the article into a .odt document as text only, then laboriously replace the formatting, hyperlinks, and images, then fool around with the formatting to get minimize any excessive white space) before exporting to a PDF with the original .odt file embedded (the latter simplifies post editing the PDF).
It would be nice if HTG how-to articles were also available print ready like some websites do. I’m sure I’m not the only one who would find this beneficial.