Anybody use UNetbootin?
I've been using UNetbootin to avoid burning CDs that, once installed, are no longer needed.
Unfortunately UNetbootin does not want to work with openSUSE and the system just won't boot up. I've tried openSUSE 11.1 Gnome LiveCD, Milestone 3 and Netinstall. None of them have worked, throwing various errors before the GUI can show up and this is on both my desktop and laptop.
In each instance I verified the md5sum for the ISO before running UNetbootin to install it on my USB drive. The drive is 8 GB so it is not a case of it running out of room.
As is, I broke down and burned a CD of Milestone 3 which didn't work, and the Gnome LiveCD 11.1 which finally did work.
So what I'm asking is does anybody use UNetbootin, and if so have you witnessed any problems with placing openSUSE on it?
For comparison, Ubuntu and Fedora have gone on without any issues and it is my primary means of installing those distros which I change almost as often as I do underwear! (ick!)
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