stephenpatrick wrote:... yes, but:
It would be extremely neat and handy to be able to insert a USB stick "with the equivalent of the .ISO"
Boot from USB, run the installer which then puts ROS on the default (main) partition (compact flash or DOM)
I know this is really only an issue for x86-users where netinstall might not be an option ... YVMV
gmsmstr wrote:Ya I would agree don't put it high on the list. MLPPP is a much more needed function.
I use USB sticks to install windows, and it works quite well.
And yes, I know you "burn" the ISO, but the question is why can't you put a ISO on a Flash drive. I can burn a CD ISO on a DVD, so whats the difference? Why would it not see other controllers during an installation?
steve6375 wrote:FATAL ERROR: no CD-ROM found
Press ENTER to reboot[/b]
It seems that it is looking for a CD-ROM device only?
I get the same message if I extract the ISO contents to the FAT32 USB flash drive.
Code: Select all
$ sudo dd if=/home/test/Downloads/install-image-6.7.img of=/dev/sdd1 oflag=direct bs=1048576 && sync
Users browsing this forum: skl and 8 guests