is there an easy live usb creator that runs in linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 12, 2009
i was recently trying to use unetbootin for linux but no luck
i want a program that can create a live usb from a cd image i have on my computer, what is it called and where can i find it (it has to work in pclinuxos)
thanks for your time
Ubuntu Live USB creator for Windows
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 26, 2010
If I want to create an Ubuntu Live USB from iso image on Windows machine, which creator application can I use ?
Ubuntu Live Usb Creator
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 20, 2008
Recently Fedora 9 brought the Live Usb Creator which allow us to easy create usb febora live pens.
Is there any easy way to do the same in Ubuntu?
Asus Eee PC 1005PE won't boot linux live usb
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 17, 2012
I'm trying to install linux on someone else's Asus Eee PC 1005PE netbook.
Processor: Intel Atom N450 Pineview
Intel GMA 3150 GPU (integrated into CPU)
Win7 Starter Edition
I've tried to let it boot a Linux Mint 13 live usb stick, a Xubuntu USB Live USB and a Kubuntu Live USB. All these usb setups boot fine on my own laptop (Asus K53SJ, see signature). I changed the first boot settings in the BIOS (*all*, I went trough the whole BIOS and checked all possible settings!). The computer then boots until the blue screen with "Start <the linux distro>" or "Try <the linux distro> without installing'-screen and I selected that option and pressed enter. After that the screen turns completely black and it stays that way forever...
I'm really desperate as I tried Asus's own Linux Live USB creator program (downloaded from the Asus 1005PE page on the Asus website), Unetbootin and the Ubuntu create startup disk utility...
Linux live USB problem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2010
I have just used Linux live USB creator to make a ubnuntu live usb from
windows. everything worked fine and i booted USB successfuly but when i
rebooted back into my windows XP, Drive names of my disk
partitions have changed (Drive letters i:e, C:,D: etc remained unchanged) from what i set to "LINUXLIVEKEY". I cant change
their names now, although everything else is working fine.
anyone have a workaround, plz help
Need assistance with Live USB creator
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 16, 2012
I have finally done away with windows and went Ubuntu all the way, but I was interested in seeing what other flavors of Linux GUI were like. I wanted to use the fedora live usb creator. I have downloaded the tar.gz file and extracted it but have no idea what to do next. I thought somebody would be able to help me out.
is what I downloaded and when extracted the are several different directories but if it isn't a deb file or I havn't done an apt-get command Im not sure how to set it up or configure it. Please help because this is really bugging me. I'm in no way swaying away from Ubuntu, I've because quit comfortable with it, but I'm just curious as to how another version is layed out and such. thanks.
[SOLVED] Fedora Live USB Creator Question: Error comes up: "Missing Operating System"
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 19, 2009
OK, I don't know if this is the right part of the forum, but I'm new so I'll try to do this right. The Problem:
I have already ran Fedora Live USB Creator and that is supposed to mean I have Fedora Linux on my USB Drive. It is a 4GB PNY Mini Attache. So when I reboot my computer and click F10 (My key for BOOT Settings) I have the option to choose the USB to boot from. I do that, but an error message comes up saying "Operating System Not Found Operating System Not Found Missing Operating System". Also, when I try F2 (My Key for BIOS Settings) I go there and try to get to the USB Thing but when I click enter on it nothing happens, same goes when I try the other boot options. Please help!
Thanks again, FedoraLinuxLover!
Live USB creator error.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 13, 2011
With a fresh install from Fedora-15-x86_64-Live-KDE.iso live usb creator works fine with or without persistent, any usb drive I have using the aforementioned iso as a source. However after updating the installation and using the same iso with any drive I have, it results in:
Verifying ISO MD5 checksum
ISO MD5 checksum passed
Extracting live image to USB device...
Wrote to device at 25 MB/sec
Setting up OLPC boot file...
Invalid flag provided.
LiveUSB creation failed!
Invalid flag provided.
livecd-iso-to-disk works, also live usb creator in a windows VM works on the same install.
even though these are workarounds I can use, I think the issue should be addressed, as it might affect others. I am using a Dell 1340 4gig ram 500gig hd core 2 duo P8600 Nvidia 270.41.06.
Linux live usb boot to android phone [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: June 12, 2014
I have installed backtrack 5 r3 in my 16GB usb drive in "persistent" mode.
Now, I want to take a boot of backtrack in my Android phone via OTG. Can I do that? Any ideas how it can be done?
Note:I have already installed BT in my USB.
Make Vector Linux Live USB from Fedora
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 26, 2008
I am trying to make a Vector Linux Live USB. I have downloaded the iso (VL5.9-STD-LIVE-B1.iso) and tried to make it a live USB using Fedora's livecd tools.
It does not work. I've been searching the internet for a while trying to figure this out. It works fine if I burn it to a CD but I want to be able to add changes to the OS. Please help me out.
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