I am currently running Puppy Linux from a pendrive.
I would like to install OpenSuse to a pendrive.
In the past I installed using the Windows environment.
In looking thru my choices in Puppy, I see that it offers to install Puppy but not another .iso.
Is there something I overlooked ?
Later I would like to install OpenSuse to a second hard drive partition that is empty and has no O.S. on it.
Here are the USB Live Instructions: https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Live_USB_stick AND I have a bash script that can do the same if you have openSUSE running on any system: S.C.L.U. - SuSE Create Live USB - Version 1.00 - Blogs - openSUSE Forums
I did the KDE Live version and it worked just fine, though when testing it, I had to do the F3, NO KMS (I think I got that right) thingie.
I also tried Gnome to see what it was like and it did not have the F3 video problem.
Every method listed in the links has failed to consistently install on a pen drive when installed from windows.
Except for Puppy Slacko.
It seems like burning any .iso to a pen drive should be fairly straight forward and be doable with a GUI and not thru a console.
I will try to install OpenSuse to a CD and then install from it to my hard drive.