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  1. #11

    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    my kernel is desktop 2.6.37-9.1
    I dont know how to list all 680 packages but it would be easier to tell me which packages must be included.
    by the way i didnt include hal
    How can I boot into recovery console?
    Thank you so much for the answers.

    By the way when i make a usb stick raw there is no problem
    But it is not a live image, it installs the distro into usb and takes so much space almost like 3Gb.

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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 23:36:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    > my kernel is desktop 2.6.37-9.1
    > I dont know how to list all 680 packages but it would be easier to tell
    > me which packages must be included.
    > by the way i didnt include hal
    > How can I boot into recovery console? Thank you so much for the answers.


    When booting from the USB stick, do you see a menu option for "recovery"?

    What I'm wanting to do is see if there's a way we can get to a console
    prompt where we can run commands.

    If you're using a standard kernel (and the desktop kernel is he right
    one), then you should have what you need. But it might not hurt to boot
    from the ISO (from CD/DVD) and get to a console prompt as root and type:

    lsmod | grep usb

    And list that output here. That might also help us without having to do
    so from the USB stick.

    You may need hal for USB to work properly, but my memory's a little fuzzy
    on that point. Let's start by trying to get to a root console from the
    stick or from the ISO boot and go from there.

    Something else that might be obvious - are you sure your system supports
    booting from USB? (It sounds like it does since you get to the point of
    an error message, but it's the sort of thing I like to ask just in case
    we get down the path a bit and then realize that it's not fully supported
    with your hardware - better to learn that earlier rather than later.)

    Jim
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  3. #13

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    Unfortunately I dont see any option called recovery.
    Options are keyboard and language selection, failsafe
    I can see my usb with "lsmod | grep usb" command on LiveCD.
    I included hal but nothing changed.
    My system supports usb, i can make live usb with original opensuse 11.3 cd and dvd's.
    this problem cause of susestudio developers didnt include liveusb.
    I dont want any persistance, only live
    I am trying to make it with my own.
    I have tried everyway that i see on forums, google search, bla bla but failed
    And no answer in suse studio users, I am really stucked at the moment.
    Thanks for the answers.

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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Sat, 12 Feb 2011 20:36:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    > Unfortunately I dont see any option called recovery. Options are
    > keyboard and language selection, failsafe I can see my usb with "lsmod |
    > grep usb" command on LiveCD. I included hal but nothing changed.
    > My system supports usb, i can make live usb with original opensuse 11.3
    > cd and dvd's.
    > this problem cause of susestudio developers didnt include liveusb. I
    > dont want any persistance, only live I am trying to make it with my own.
    > I have tried everyway that i see on forums, google search, bla bla but
    > failed
    > And no answer in suse studio users, I am really stucked at the moment.
    > Thanks for the answers.


    I'll give it a try tomorrow when I have a few minutes, I have built
    LiveUSB media out of output from Studio before (I'm pretty sure about
    that), but it's been a while and I don't recall exactly how I did it.

    Jim



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    Thank you so much Jim
    I hope you will save me
    If you want I can send you my account with pm, and you can see it closer.
    My package selection without depencies

    Code:
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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Sun, 13 Feb 2011 00:06:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    What is the base platform that you're using for yoru build?

    Jim



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  7. #17

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    JEOS
    I didnt have to select so much package cuz dependencies made it for me.
    I sent my susestudio account with pm. You can see it closer now.

  8. #18

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    Developers answered me.
    They said hybrid live iso feature is not supported yet.
    What a shame, it is really disappointing.
    The integration must be bloody easy. Why not ?
    In 21. century we are being forced to use CD/DVD

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    Hi
    I used LiveCD images with imagewriter to create bootable USB devices on numerous occasions? How big is the image?
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  10. #20

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    it is like 600mb
    i have used suse studio imagewriter
    but it didnt boot just passed.
    i have done isohybrid with my own before imagewriter
    But it errors;
    "Couldnt find Live image configuration file"
    I can make a live Cd and installable DVD on USB with original opensuse iso's.
    So my pc doesnt have any problem to boot live usb images.
    SuseStudio developers told me that isohybrid live feature is not supported yet.
    I wonder if there is any other way that i can try?
    Please help me.
    Regards.

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