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    Default SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    I want to create a live usb with susestudio.
    Unfortunately i couldnt figure it out or it seems impossible.

    USB raw image is not a live system image.
    It just installs the distro into the usb and extremely slow because of USB is slower than HDD.
    It also takes so much space than live images.(600MB iso/2400MB raw)

    But read-only live images are so much faster.
    I just give an example, dont get me wrong;
    Ubuntu live image with usb boots 15 seconds, programs respond very fast.
    Ubuntu installed usb boots 40 seconds and programs respond very slow.

    USB is not suitable for installing, it is more suitable for live images.
    I tryed a few ways to boot live cd iso with usb.

    Unetbootin, Universal USB installer doesn't work. Gives an error about gfxboot.
    Suse Imagewriter doesn't work, it doesnt even boot and give any error just passes.
    When I make isohybrid before Suse Imagewriter, it boots but gives an error like "Couldnt find live image configuration"
    When I directly copy contents of iso into usb of fat32, it gives another error "No disk found"

    I just cant understand why suse makes it so hard.
    I tried it with a CD, it didnt give any error but Hey we are in 2011 and still try to boot with CD

    alright, i think i am close to solution now
    when i boot original opensuse 11.3 dvd with isohybrid before suse imagewriter into usb, we can choose disk as installation source on boot menu and add namescheme=by-label code.
    Without selection of source the code is useless.
    Now I have to inform installer that it has to use usb disk as installation source not cd/dvd.
    I think it must solve the problem
    But how can i make it?

    Help me please.
    Regards...

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    Default Re: Απ: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    Even google translate cannot handle it.
    But I tried isohybrid and suse imagewriter.
    Thanks for the answer

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    Default Απ: Re: Απ: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    Quote Originally Posted by tremere51 View Post
    Even google translate cannot handle it.
    But I tried isohybrid and suse imagewriter.
    Thanks for the answer
    Because I am Greek you know.......!!!!!!
    Try with syslinux.
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    Default Re: Απ: Re: Απ: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    I can see that you are Greek.
    By the way I am Turkish. Nice to meet you.
    But I think the answer is not that simple.
    I am not asking a standart live usb distro.
    I can make it with original suse cd/dvd
    But this problem is for suse studio.
    Thanks for answers.

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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 18:06:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    > I can see that you are Greek.
    > By the way I am Turkish. Nice to meet you. But I think the answer is not
    > that simple. I am not asking a standart live usb distro. I can make it
    > with original suse cd/dvd But this problem is for suse studio.
    > Thanks for answers.


    What I would do is make an ISO and then use unbootin to put it on the
    flash drive.

    Though that doesn't do persistence for filesystems, ISTR that if you do
    that with the live media and leave space for a writable filesystem, you
    can set it up so it'll write to the writable spaces.

    Jim



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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    Thanks for answers.
    I made a live cd iso
    I downloaded unetbootin last version
    the error message in boot is
    "Couldnt find Live image configuration file"
    I added i"nstall=hd" boot parameter but the result is same
    It perfectly works with CD/DVD
    But not on USB
    Please help me
    Regards...

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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 21:06:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    > Thanks for answers.
    > I made a live cd iso
    > I downloaded unetbootin last version
    > the error message in boot is
    > "Couldnt find Live image configuration file" I added i"nstall=hd" boot
    > parameter but the result is same It perfectly works with CD/DVD
    > But not on USB
    > Please help me
    > Regards...


    At what point do you get the error message, and when you say "But not on
    USB", what specifically fails?

    Jim



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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    I fail booting with liveusb
    Last steps are

    "Mounting live image system"
    "Couldnt find live image configuration file"
    "Reboot in 120 seconds"

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    Default Re: SuseStudio LiveCD with USB

    On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 22:36:02 +0000, tremere51 wrote:

    > I fail booting with liveusb
    > Last steps are
    >
    > "Mounting live image system"
    > "Couldnt find live image configuration file" "Reboot in 120 seconds"


    What packages are you including in the build? (Specifically, kernel and
    any related drivers packages) I'm wondering if the USB storage drivers
    are included, or if it's getting partway through the installation and
    then dying because there's no access to the USB filesystem.

    Can you boot into a recovery console from the drive?

    Jim



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