I created bootable USB stick in Ubuntu the hard way in console. When I am booting and when my status bar is half full with white color I get white screen, where is the problem please?
What desktop environment are you trying to boot? (e.g. GNOME or KDE)
Also what graphics card do you have?
Gnome, Radeon x1600, and when I tried to create bootable USB with ImageWriter in Windows I selected iso and device but when I clicked Copy only one window blinked and gone and unmounted my USB
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In windows, try to use unetbootin UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads.
I have already tried it, but while it says “Could not find kernel image: gfxboot”
This sounds like a corrupted iso file.
From where did you download the openSUSE iso?
It’s recommended to check the MD5sum of the downloaded iso to check if the file isn’t corrupted/damaged.
You can find the md5sums for 11.3 here: Index of /distribution/11.3/iso
Best of luck!
how can I find out MD5sum of my iso in Windows? I will compare it with this http://download.opensuse.org/distribution/11.3/iso/openSUSE-11.3-GNOME-LiveCD-i686.iso.mirrorlist
My iso is from http://software.opensuse.org/113/en Live CD Gnome
Good question, I have actually no idea.
AFAIK Windows hasn’t got a preinstalled application which can generate an md5sum.
But if you search the internet for “MD5 + Windows” you’ll find a lot of tools.
I’m afraid I can’t recommend you one since I never used them.
Best of luck!
It works I did it with Ubuntu I dont know how but it works, beautiful, it works <:) O:) but thanks for all
Good to hear it works!
One thing isn’t totally clear to me, what do you mean with “did it with Ubuntu”?
Did you download and/or write the iso under Ubuntu?
Anyway, hope you like it!
did it in Ubuntu with fdisk and dd