Please attach the EndlessInstaller log file for any install- and uninstall-related problems.
Above not necessary as my problem is something I do not think you have addressed yet.
My friend’s computer has Windows XP installed so therefore your Windows installer program will not work to allow keeping Windows XP while running EndlessOS on the same disk. The Endless USB live stick I have created works well but of course nothing is persistent when operating in this mode. I was hoping to install EndlessOS permanently on another USB stick as I have done for many regular Linux distros but your installer does not allow for that as it refuses to recognize another USB stick as an available hard drive.
Previously I had installed EndlessOS on an empty USB HDD with no problems at all as it did recognize the HDD as available for use and I let it use the whole disk.
In other Linux distros during the install setup they allow you to boot into GParted and setup a USB /dev/sdb drive to accept a full regular install including swap file and root partition (and other partitions if desired).
Is there any way to install to a separate USB stick on a permanent basis? I had really sold my friend on the Endless OS but as things stand I will have to revert to either a Linux dual boot or use a permanent USB stick. My friend wants to keep Windows XP only to update their GPS - not for regular use.
Sorry to be so long-winded on my first post but I thought this was something that many others would find useful - a genuine portable EndlessOS. I am guessing some updates might be a problem?