I get the following error when I try to boot from the 64-bit live CD:
... [18.319455] Existing persistent hydrid partition found [18.335077] Mounting hybrid live boot drive... [19.214151] Mounting compressed unified tree... mount: warning: /livecd seems to be mounted read-only. Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock. [19.444412] Failed to mount ext3 clic container [19.446956] Failed to mount root filesystem [19.448026] rebootException: error consoles at Alt-F3/F4 [19.449142] rebootException: reboot in 120 sec...
I checked the livecd checksum (both sha256 and md5) of the iso downloaded and they are correct. I used the recommended windows image writer: SDB:Live USB stick - openSUSE
I am trying this on a new laptop and it’s spec are:
Intel Core i5 (2nd gen)
Intel HM65 Express Chipset
Intel HD Graphics + AMD Radeon HD 6470M
I have looked at other posts in the forum and the person either gave up or the livecd image was corrupted (i.e. solutions that do not apply here).