sudo mkdir /mnt/image_partition && sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/image_partition(where sdb1 stands for the FAT32 partition on your stick) and
sudo mkdir /mnt/home_partition && sudo mount /dev/sdb2 /mnt/home_partition(where sdb2 stands for the EXT4 partition on your stick) To copy the system image (.iso file) to the USB stick we recommend the program 'unetbootin' (sudo apt-get install unetbootin). In unetbootin things are straight forward, you have to choose the downloaded .iso file and let it install on /dev/sdb1 (or whatever device is the first stick partition). The whole process takes up to a few minutes. To copy the provided nrpuser home folder simply download it to your home and unpack it in the mounted home_partition:
cd /mnt/home_partition sudo tar -xzf $HOME/nrpuser.tgzImportant: make sure that the first subfolder of /mnt/home_partition is 'nrpuser'. Otherwise you wont be able to login later on the live system. The copy operation might take forever, depending on your USB stick's writing speed. Get a coffee. Done! Please unmount all USB stick partitions and reboot on the USB stick.
cle-nginx cle-startOpen a Firefox window on http://localhost:9000/#/esv-private (there should also be a bookmark in Firefox). You will be prompted again for credentials. Give:
cle-killcommand in a LX Terminal, and the start as described above with cle-nginx and cle-start. This might also fix some issues.