General :: How To Install A Distro Onto A Memory Stick "Kingston"

Nov 9, 2010

Have just purchased a 4GB Kingston Traveler memory stick and would like to know how i can install a Linux distro "Austrumi Linux" onto the memory stick.

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Ubuntu :: Create A Bootable Install Of 10.04 Which Boots Off An 8GB Kingston DataTraveler USB Stick?

May 5, 2011

I'm trying to create a bootable install of Ubuntu 10.04 which boots off an 8GB Kingston DataTraveler USB stick. I used the latest Universal USB installer from pendrivelinux to install it, and I used the I386 ISO of Ubuntu 10.04. It successfully installed to the USB stick and I enabled 4GB of persistence. However, when I put it into any machine it gives me the following message:

Mount: mounting /dev/loop0 on //filesystem.squashfs failed: No such device (initramfs) Can not mount /dev/loop0 (/cdrom/casper/filesystem.squashfs) on //filesystem.squashfs I tried redoing it, and redoing it without persistence enabled, but still no luck.

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General :: Install Busybox With Gnome On A USB Memory Stick And Make It Bootable?

Jan 8, 2011

Howto install busybox with Gnome on a USB memory stick and make it bootable?

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OpenSUSE :: Open Files From Memory Stick The Memory Stick Is Not Available?

Mar 21, 2011

When I start bluej and try to open files from my memory stick the memory stick is not available. Is there any way that I can open files directly in bluej from my memory stick.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Unable To Delete Files From Kingston 'ur Drive' 4gb Usb Stick

Apr 5, 2011

i have a 4gb kingston 'ur drive' usb stick but i am unable to delete files from it. i have another usb stick a PNY 8gb stick whick works ok, but not the 4gb.

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Fedora Installation :: Can't Install 13 On An 8 GB Memory Stick

Jun 30, 2010

I have tried to install F13 on an 8 GB USB memory stick (flash drive, thumb drive) but have had limited success. I used the Live USB Creator method as suggested in the Fedora web site and although I ended up with a bootable USB memory stick, I was unable to save any changes even though I allowed a 2GB persistent overlay.

I then tried to do it using Unetbootin and again got a bootable memory stick but again was unable to save any changes. Could someone explain what I might be doing wrong or is it just not possible to make a bootable memory stick with F12 that will save any changes?

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Ubuntu :: Install From Memory Stick / Sd Card?

Mar 22, 2010

My new pc doesn't have a cd rom so I have to use a memory stick, usb hard driver or a SD card. So how do I install ubuntu? For some sh'itty reason I got windows vista installed here which is more frustrating then everything else I have tried.

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OpenSUSE Install :: LiveCD Not Booting On Either A CD Or USB Memory Stick?

Feb 7, 2010

I am getting a "No devices matches MBR identifier 0x8c71ad6e!" message along with a reboot in 120 seconds message. This occurs after kernel load and at the start of openSUSE boot.

I have tried both the 64bit and 32bit downloads

openSUSE-11.2-KDE4-LiveCD-i686.iso
openSUSE-11.2-KDE4-LiveCD-x86_64.iso

I have checksum checked both images after download. I have attempted the install on CD and USB stick with both images and the result is always the same.

I've included a screen image on my site: No Devices Matches MBR Identifier | Badzilla

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General :: How To Use Memory Stick

Jul 11, 2010

how do i use a memory stick

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Ubuntu :: USB Memory Stick Install - Not Allow To Easily Copy And Paste Files On To It

May 12, 2011

My usb stick will not allow me to easily copy and paste files on to it, or delete them once I no longer want them on the drive. Its owner is root. How can I change the owner? At the moment it is loading as a stylesheet in media/usb0.

The file is transferring at a very low speed. 74mb in 4 minutes

I suspect I will do better if I set up the drive via fstab. What entry should I put in fstab for a USB stick drive?

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General :: Formatting A USB Memory Stick?

Apr 30, 2010

I have a 4 Gb memory stick which used to have OpenSuse on it but I don't use OpenSuse and wanted to use the stick for something else - for backing up my Mozilla Thunderbird installation. I thought that by re-formatting the stick, using a file obtainable from the HP web site, in connection with installing Linux on a memory stick, that it would leave me with an empty one but it hasn't; there is still a lot of OpenSuse stuff on it. How can I "empty" it so that I can use it to transfer my Ubuntu Thunderbird to another computer which is also running Ubuntu. I was going to open a terminal and type:

sudo cp -avr /home/chris/.thunderbird/ /media/disk

I have already tried this but it didn't appear to work, so is this not the right way to go about it?

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General :: Recommend A Distro To Run In Live Mode On A 500MB Usb Stick?

Jan 2, 2011

Possible Duplicate: Good Linux live distro for USB?

I'm already trying out dsl (50MB) and aptosid (~490MB). Which others should I try?

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General :: USB Memory Stick Has Doubled In Size - Why Is So?

Nov 24, 2010

I have an OCZ Mini-Kart USB stick which says 2GB on it, and it has been a 2GB stick for the last 3 years. However, I recently put it into a PC running XP (which had no viruses as far as I am aware) and all of the files in the single subdirectory became corrupted and unreadable. All files at the root of the USB stick were fine, and I could still boot from it (I had Puppy linux installed).

I looked to see if the corrupted files in the subdirectory were recoverable, but they were all inaccessible, (with freshly mangled file-names containing multiple copies of the characters '�' and '=' amongst others), and reporting file sizes of up to 1.9GB each. I examined the memory stick with fdisk and with Gparted, and saw that it was reporting two 2GB partitions, which was certainly not the case before, as I had recreated the partition table several times in the past.

I removed all partitions, created a new partition table and recreated a single partition, which is now 4GB in size. I have trashed it and recreated it three times, formatting it with ext3, ext2 and finally FAT32, all of which reported a partition size of 4GB. I currently have a 4GB FAT 32 partition, and have tested it by successfully copying a 3GB .iso file to it.

Although it's nice to have a 4GB memory stick, it does seem rather odd and I no longer trust it with my data.

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General :: Choose Distribution For USB Memory Stick?

Mar 29, 2011

I got an 8 GB USB Memory stick wich I want to use, I dont want to install Linux on my harddrive, I want it portable and on an USB stick.

What I need is a distribution thats big with lots of programs and the Ability to Save files and configurations Directly on the USB Memory stick, and it should be able to run apache, mysql,php and java.

I want the USB memory stick to act like a harddrive so to speak.

Also, I already downloaded and tried Knoppix Live CD, but I cant get knoppix 6.4.4 to work, but an older version worked. But its so small, not so many programs. Is there a way to install lets say a DVD version of a distro to USB and make it work like the live version?

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General :: USB Memory Stick Disappears Randomly?

Jul 16, 2011

I've built a computer based on a Gigabyte GA-H67M-UD2H-B3 motherboard that I intent to use as a home server. It runs headless with a minimal installation of Debian Wheezy on an 8GB Sandisk Cruizer Blade. Everything seems to be working well, most of the problems I had had been dealt with, most of the programs I wanted had been installed and configured, but there's one major problem I've no idea how to solve: on random intervals it seems that the system can no longer see the memory stick.

It could happen 30 minutes after a reboot or ten day later. It could happen while I'm connected using SSH to the server or away. It could happen when it's busy doing something or just idling. I could find no commonality. I've tried a different memory stick (also Cruizer Blade), a different USB port, a more stable OS (Debian Squeeze), none helped. The symptoms: everything already loaded in memory works. The webserver, for example, still accepts connections on port 80. However, nothing can be read from or written to the memory stick, so any webpage on the local server I try to access returns a 404 error. No new SSH connections can be made because sshd can't verify the credentials, existing connections remains active but I'm unable to anything useful with those, as no command can be found. No logs are written, naturally. Removing and reinserting the memory stick had no effect. The only thing I can to is to manually power cycle the computer.

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General :: Windows - Formatting A Memory Stick With Two Partitions?

Apr 18, 2010

I have a 16GB memorystick which used to have a Linux partition. It therefore has two partitions; 2GB FAT32 and 14GB linux boot drive. The linux part stopped working, so I decided to reinstall it. But windows can't see that partition. I tried formatting the whole disk, but I can only format one partition (the FAT32). There seems to be no way to combine the two partitions into one big one, and there seems to be no way for windows to partition the large part of the memorystick to but Linux on it. In the windows partition manager, windows sees the large unused partition, and it let me delete it. But once I have deleted it, I'm not allowed to format it. Also I cannot delete or resize the small partition. I have a memorystick with two partitons. Windows only sees one of them, and won't let me use the other one. I would like to combine the two partitions so I can install Linux on the memory stick again.

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General :: Write *.iso Image Files Onto USB Memory Stick?

Sep 6, 2009

Can you please do me favor and let me know how can I write the *.iso image files onto USB memory sticks as if we burn them into CD and thus making bootable CD to boot from ? Is there any command under Linux for this purpose ?

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General :: X86 Distro Running From Solid-state Memory?

Jun 25, 2010

I'd like to build a compact x86 host running off a CompactFlash or some equivalent solid-state memory instead of from a SATA disk, to reduce the risk of failure once they're deployed at customers' premises. Those are SOHO users, so performance is not an issue, but stability is (The less I have to drive to replace faulty hardware and restore data, the better.)

Do you know if the usual suspects (Ubuntu, CentOS, Gentoo, etc.) can easily be made to run from solid-state memory, and if yes, is there some good documentation to customize them thusly?

I assume it's just a matter of tweaking /etc/fstab, but it could be more involved.

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General :: Mounting A FAT32 Memory Stick With Wide Permissions?

May 8, 2010

I'd like to plug a USB FAT32 formatted memory stick into my Linux laptop and have it mount automatically as it does now but with wide open permissions. At the moment it opens with files only being readable and writable by the user but I would like other uses to be able to read and to write to files (i.e. I use Apache to serve a site from the stick for development purposes).If it matters I am running Jolicloud on a netbook.

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General :: How To Automatically Show USB Camera Or Memory Stick Contents In Icewm?

Mar 12, 2011

I normally use a very lightweight Linux setup. No desktop like Gnome or KDE, just Icewm as the windows manager and nothing else that normal users might consider essential. Well, I do need a file manager - I use Thunar.

Recently I've been trying Gnome. Whenever I shove a memory stick into a USB port, or connect my digital camera, it can automatically pop up a file manager showing all the goodies on that device. KDE does this too. I like this. Although quick at the command line, I like not having to go sudo to mount the device and all that.

If I want to stick with a lightweight setup using Icewm+Thunar, is there something non-huge I can install to make external devices fire up a Thunar window, or otherwise make access to the contents brainlessly easy?

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General :: Transferring Photos From Mobile To Memory Stick And Whole Folder Disappeared?

Dec 27, 2010

I'm not familiar with Linux and I do not understand technical wording at all. I was given this laptop as a favour and it is an ex-work Dell Latitude. I was given this to help me as a replacement when my Compaq working with Windows Vista stopped working. I do not understand the way Linux works much. I managed to upload photos before from my Ericsson K850i to my memory stick but this time when I tried it kept telling me that the path was invalid and such things which I did not understand. I created a folder for 2011 photos ready to go next year but the mouse pad is hard to control and even though I did nothing the 2010 folder went into the 2011. Sorry if I am not being very clear.

All I want to know is where did my whole years worth of digital photos go from my memory stick as I didn't delete anything. Would someone please help me understand all the different extensions or tell me what I need to do to try and retrieve them. I would be so grateful. I was nearly crying when it happened as when you right click in Linux there is no Undo/Redo button.

I have searched the board and I did see some other questions but I don't think they will help in this instance so I have started one. I hope I can get my photos back and also hope to hear from someone soon.

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OpenSUSE :: Can't Unmount USB Memory Stick In KDE

Nov 17, 2010

Now i see that i can't unmount (Safely remove device) any USB Memory Stick. If i try to unmount it in KDE, i always get error about one or more files are in use.

But if i execute "umount" in terminal, then it unmount without any problem.

OpenSUSE 11.3 64bits
KDE 4.4.4 Release 3

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Ubuntu :: Possible To Reformat / Use As USB Memory Stick

Jun 9, 2010

I have a USB modem which I used when I had Windows, this device is not compatible in any way with my Ubuntu installation. I was wondering if - rather than throw this in the trash - is it possible to reformat and use it as a USB Memory stick. Properties show it as having 23+ Gb of storage.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Format The Memory Stick

Jan 15, 2011

When I try to format my memory stick (using disk manager) , i get a error message saying "device busy", how can I stop the memory stick so I can format it?

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Red Hat :: Software For Bootable Memory Stick?

Apr 19, 2010

I by an memory stick with 16Gb memory. I want to make it bootable. Because I am beginner in using linux, I need an software from which I can made bootable the stick.

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Fedora :: Play Video From Memory Stick Pro Duo?

Sep 5, 2011

I just got a Sony DCR-DVD108. It uses a mini dvd and a memory stick pro duo. It was a gift, and it's the first time through the rodeo for me using this set up. I can get the card recognized when I plug it in using a card reader. I want to record video, and that's where I run into problems. When I insert it, I get something saying that I have still photos, and Shotwell is the default photo software. That would be OK if I had still photos, but like I said, I'm going for video with this set up. I have VLC, but when I tell VLC to "open capture device" under "Media" it gives me a dialog box with (I think) Linux 2 as the capture method (this is going to get a little fuzzy as I have no idea what it's looking for here) and a couple of blanks that need filled in. I may be going about this bass-ackwards, in fact I probably am, but like I said, this is the first time I've messed with a memory stick pro duo. I guess since it's Sony they want me to go out and buy a Play Station to get this to work. I don't think I want to go there. I might be barking up the wrong forest with VLC, but Wikipedia says it will play it.

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Cannot Mount USB Memory Stick

Feb 16, 2010

I have just installed opensuse for the first time. I have plugged in a USB memory stick but it does not register anywhere (eg Dolphin does not pick it up). how I can access the files on my USB stick?

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Ubuntu :: USB Memory Stick No Auto Mount?

May 29, 2010

My 16gb usb memory stick now fails to mount. The device can be seen in gparted but partition is shown as unknown. Tried to format but error message popped up "failed". The device is shown in dmesg see below. I had tried to use the device to create a bootable usb but this did not work and the problems happen there after.

dmesg:
usb 2-2: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 3
[41796.814297] usb 2-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
[41796.943922] Initializing USB Mass Storage driver...
[41796.944228] scsi2 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage devices

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Ubuntu :: VirtualBox - Boot XP From USB Memory Stick?

Jun 14, 2010

I am new to ubuntu and linux in general, I've been using it for about a week and I like it very much. The only problem is that I have an ipod touch and I purchase music and video from the itunes store from the device. I can import music but not the items purchased as it is encrypted so I need to use itunes. I installed virtualbox so that I could use xp (only to allow me to use itunes) but as I have a netbook with no disk drive I want to boot from a usb memory stick. Virtualbox doesn't appear to allow this so I am a bit stuck.

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Ubuntu :: Testdisk--formatted Memory Stick, Won't Appear Anywhere?

Aug 1, 2010

I am using Ubuntu 10.04. I was having problems with bad sectors on a Sony memory stick--a couple of photos that we couldn't get off. So I installed testdisk and photorec and successfully got the photos off. That's the good news.

I decided I format the stick using testdisk. I unmounted it and formatted it (FAT) I don't know whether I re-mounted it, there was some message about rebooting.

In any event I now can't get the stick to show up *at all*, no matter what I do. testdisk doesn't seem to see it, it doesn't come up on my desktop when I plug the camera in. The camera doesn't recognize that it, my windows boxes don't see it either.

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