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Thread: installing openSUSE 11.1 from hard disk without using cd

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    manit NNTP User

    Default installing openSUSE 11.1 from hard disk without using cd

    Hi,
    I downloaded the openSUSE 11.1 liveCD(GNOME version) iso & extracted its content to /openSUSE folder in my ext3 drive then added following lines to my GRUB bootloader.
    title openSUSE-11.1
    kernel /openSUSE/boot/x86_64/linux
    initrd /openSUSE/boot/x86_64/initrd

    booting occurs but stops with message
    'couldn't find live image configuration file.'
    the idea about installing from iso without wasting CD or DVD came from Stop Wasting CDs; Install Linux Straight from an ISO – LINUX For You Magazine
    My specifications are.
    core2Duo 3GHz processor,2GB RAM & 40GB ext3 partition .

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    Default Re: installing openSUSE 11.1 from hard disk without using cd

    My memory is not what it once was, but I have a feeling I may have successfully adapted these instructions to the SUSE DVD once upon a time...

    Azerblog: CD/DVD install with no CD/DVD

    If not, you could always just use a USB stick.

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