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Thread: Unetbootin- Missing udev package

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    Default Unetbootin- Missing udev package

    Hey there,

    I recently bought the new version of linux format magazine and it illustrated using unetbootin to make a bootable flash drive, rather than using the rather more tedious regular method I'd used.

    Well, I chmod'ed the unetbootin file to make it executable and then ran it, upon loading, it gave me some error messages so I installed the missing components but the main problem I had was with a "udev" file. I checked and it was installed in YaST. When I type:

    Code:
    danbrownlow@linux-v756:~> whereis udev
    udev: /etc/udev /lib/udev /usr/share/man/man7/udev.7.gz
    So I think it is installed? Anyone know what I have to do because unetbootin isn't finishing the installation without it.

    Thanks,

    Dan.

    P.S. I did an su root before running ./unetbootin

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    Default Re: Unetbootin- Missing udev package

    Hey, after some googling I've heard that I might need to symlink to it or something or other. Although, is this a good idea because I've heard it can break some other dependencies?

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