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.
sudo chown 1000:1000 /homeGo back to graphics by pressing CTRL+ALT+F7 and retry logging in. If you still can't log in, then go back to your terminal and give:
sudo chown -R 1000:1000 /homeThis might take a long time, but it should work. When you are logged in your session, open an LX Terminal from the System tools menu and issue the following commands to update Ubuntu and launch the NRP:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade cle-nginx cle-startUnfortunately, you will have to go through the Ubuntu update every time you boot on the USB stick because the system is not persistent on the stick. Open 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-kill cle-startcommands in a LX Terminal.