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Ubuntu Live CD persistence HD

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I have gotten the linux live CD and wanted to know if I could put persistence in the root of my mac/windows partition. I just found out about persistence and I don't have a USB stick, so would it be possible to make the persistence file in the root of one of my HD partitions (mac OS X snow leapord, bootcamp Windows 7) without corrupting/destroying any of my preexisting data? I have the Ubuntu 11.10 Live CD and I also have a copy I accidentally burnt of the Ubuntu 10.04 Live CD.

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