I think my idea http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/13988/
was missunderstanded and developers though that my intention was to install the *PROGRAM* LiveUSB as default.
My original intention was to allow users to download a file to put on the USB and boot from there. By example the distribution PUD, gives this two files to download.
**Notice how LiveCD ends on ISO and LiveUSB ends on .zip
My idea is to this with Ubuntu Intrepid to. Allow me to download a file to ***DIIRECTLY*** install on my USB and that USB be capable of be installed on other machines.
This is usefull because:
i) I can bring Ubuntu with my keys for the case I find a poor windows PC claiming to be free and ask me to install Ubuntu on her. sniff sniff.
ii) Make upgrades to that USB and install it programs (something which cannot be done on CD-ROM) for later install them on other machines.
iii) If I travel I won't need to struggle with Windows agains since I can use my LiveUSB to boot and run linux on any machine I want.
Questions, please ask on comments.
Mandriva offers exactly what I am asking