I want to use garuda linux for development but as I am moving around a lot it would be helpful to install it on external hdd instead of pc. Is there a method to do that. It would be really helpful if someone explains the method too.
It doesn't work like that unless all your hardware is the same.
Oh ok thank you for the info, but I have seen other distros where u can install the os in a pen drive or external hard drive.
And those are basically live ISOs (which may or may not be persistent, usually not). Most kernels are only built with required modules (not everything), besides hardware configuration (even persistent volume).
It's a subpar existence, but you can go there if you want.
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