Okay, so I'm at a loss. I have a 5 gig (I don't even know how... it's a china-drive, sold at 4GB, I tested it with h2testw and it reports 100% legitimate 4.8GB) flash drive that I want to boot a non-liveCD (meaning, full) install of Ubuntu (Ubuntu only takes up a few hundred megs, right? I MAY BE RETARDED) AND have the ability to boot it to Hirens Boot CD (and possibly other rescue ISOs I have), presumably from GRUB (or didn't Ubuntu start using a new loader a few distros back?) Except I have no idea how to do this. Ideas? I can't possibly be chasing mere dreams... Edit - hurr durr just found this: http://my.opera.com/...d-hirens-bootcd I assume that that would work for most other bootable disk images as well, right? And to do what I want to do, is it just as easy as installing Ubuntu right to the flash drive?