Here is one way to create a Live Bootable USB Linux Mint Flash Drive using the USB Startup Disk Creator. This is accomplished while running from a Live CD, but can also be done from a desktop installation.
How to easily Create an Ubuntu Bootable USB with persistence from a running Live CD. In the following segment I show you how to use the Official Startup Disk Creator, made by the Ubuntu team to put Ubuntu on a USB Flash Drive.
Create a USB SUSE bootable flash drive using the OpenSUSE Live CD. This procedure works much like the install to an external USB hard drive with the exception that the user is performing a full OpenSUSE install to a USB flash drive.
Puppy Linux on USB: In this USB Puppy Linux tutorial we illustrate how to easily Create a Puppy Linux USB Flash Drive using the Universal installer included on the CD. Puppy is a unique Linux compilation created by Barry Kauler in 2003.
How to create an Xubuntu Live USB Bootable Flash Drive while running from the Live CD. The following segment explains how to easily make a USB Xubuntu by using Ubuntu's Official Startup Disk Creator (USB Creator).
The following tutorial covers the process of creating a PCLinuxOS MiniMe USB flash drive via the intuitive Make LiveUSB installer that is included with the Live CD. Although the script is not perfect, it does get most of the job done.
The following tutorial covers the process of creating a gOS 3 Gadgets Linux OS USB Flash Drive using the Live CD. In addition, the Ubuntu based casper persistence overlay option can being utilized for saving and then restoring some of your changes, automatically.
Create a USB Bootable MoonOS LXDE USB Flash Drive using the Live CD. In the following tutorial, I will show you how to create your own Portable USB MoonOS LXDE Persistent Linux Operating System from the Live CD by using the USB Creator (created by the Ubuntu Team).