General :: Running Live Cd

Dec 5, 2009

I have burned the Linux Mint 8 "Helena" iso image to a CD no problem but when i try to run the "Live CD" a login box appears and no matter what i do i keep getting "Authentication Failure"?So i can't proceed running the "Live CD".Could someone help me out here please and tell me what i am doing wrong. I just want to run the "Live CD" before i decide whether to install the OS to the hard drive.

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General :: Running OpenSUSE Live From Second Partition Of USB?

Mar 26, 2011

I am trying to run the openSUSE live cd from the second partition of a 16 G USB stick. The reason for doing this is so that I can use the first 13G as a windows file system that Windows can read. Does anyone know how to do this?

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General :: How To Show Content Running Live USB / CD

Dec 3, 2010

Show me the content of your linux live cd running linux with it. (The thing is we are using a live USB, is it possible with a usb, how to do it, otherwise I tell everyone to burn a live CD, if it is possible with a live CD and not with a USB (= normally not loaded in bios in windows usb = plug&play).

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General :: Running Fedora 14 Installed On One Box And Live On About 3 Others?

Mar 23, 2011

I'm running fedora 14, installed on one box, and live on about 3 others. I know there are work arounds for some things and not others, so I just want to ask about keeping some of my favorite games; Diablo II, Settlers III, and seriously, Entropia Universe. These games require direct draw, directx, and so on.

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General :: OpenArtist Documentation - Running From Live DVD

Oct 14, 2009

Has anyone heard of this distro? Is there any documentation online about running it from the live DVD? What I'm interested in finding out is if I can save settings to a usb drive and have it load the settings when starting up (like Puppy does).

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General :: Running Ubuntu Live Cd On Vista

Oct 7, 2009

HSo basically i'm trying to run the ubuntu live cd from vista and it doesn't boot up when i restart my computer like it says it should. So i tried finding it in the boot list before windows starts and i only find windows there, no CD. I then tried installing the software that comes on the disk to help if the cd won't boot, and that fails when nearly done giving me some "invalid argument" notice..

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General :: Way To Mount Windows Drive When Running Live CD?

Jul 15, 2010

I have a friend of mines computer that is hosed and gets the BSOD. He has pictures of his grandson on there that her really needs before I fix it. Is there a way to mount the main windows partition while running the Live CD? I have tried it and get an error but I am not able to get it working. Does anyone else know any other tricks I can do to help get my friends pictures of his grandson off there?

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General :: Checking If Distro Running In Live Mode Using Terminal Based Tools?

May 10, 2011

I searched and found several solution but those are distro specific. I need to find out if distro is running in live mode (from CD, USB) instead it's installed on hdisk. The solution should be independent of distribution.

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Aug 22, 2010

Just got back to attempting to play with 10.04 using its Live CD. It consistently goes to the "Log In" page and not the Live CD page on running. I saw a Post specifying a F key to be pressed on boot-up to get to the desired starting point some time ago, but did not write it down. Some advice did say press Any Key but this does not seem to do the job. Tried to use the search function here but no joy. Can anyone remember which F key? Note that as a check, I tried to use 9.10 Live CD and this worked fine, so it is not a machine problem.

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Debian :: Running Live-CD From Fixed HDD?

Nov 18, 2010

I've been asked to create a Linux build which will contain open source vmview. Simple enough, but I would like to have this deployed onto different desktops from an imaging server using multicasting, we use Symantec Solution Suite 2.5 therefore the smaller the image the better for us. I would also like the image to be fully manageable i.e log in and add / remove apps etc but all it will need is a user account, a root account, web browser, rdesktop and vmware view open client.

I have gone down two routes:

1. There are Live-CD's out there that can do the important things that I want which is to use vmware view and I do like the fact that it is compatible with all our current hardware so I am happy to use this for the time being but I hate the fact that we have to boot it from CD as we have quite a few PCs in the room. I would like to convert the distro to boot from HDD exactly as you would from a CD but cannot seem to find a solution to this.

2. I have created a Debian and a OpenSuse build which does exactly what I want albeit taking a bit more disk space than I would like, but my issue is how do I capture and deploy this to different hardware as our imaging server only does cloning.

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Ubuntu / Apple :: Running An App From Live CD/USB?

Jan 15, 2011

I'm going to create either a live CD or USB to demo Ubuntu on my Intel Mac Mini. I'd be doing this only to test one piece of software under Linux.

Is it possible to run the software from my live CD or USB just as I would running Linux (thus, without the need for the software to be installed on a HD)? If so, where do I need to save the software file(s) when creating my live CD or USB?

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Ubuntu :: LIVE CD For Running Hardware Diagnostics?

Mar 26, 2010

What's the best LIVE CD for running hardware diagnostics?

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Hardware :: How To Mount Harddrive When Running Live CD?

Mar 30, 2011

I installed Linux (ubuntu 8.04) to an 80 gig harddrive, but want to reformat the drive to install windows. Problem is, for some reason windows XP won't recognize the harddrive at all.More importantly, when I boot from a Ubuntu live CD, it doesn't seem to recognize the harddrive. Or at least, there is no entry in /etc/fstab like /dev/hda (hdb,c,d) I have tried different Live CD's (ubuntu, knoppix)... How can I get the Linux liveCD to recognize the drive?

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CentOS 5 :: Create Live Cd From Running System?

Jun 9, 2011

is it possible to create a live cd or a cd/dvd installer from a running system.

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Debian Configuration :: No Wireless When Running Live Image?

Aug 23, 2010

Just fooling around with a live image, thinking about dumping Ubuntu for a straight Debian install and I can't get wireless running on it. Is this a "known issue?"

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Fedora Installation :: 12 Test Drive Running Live From CD?

Mar 4, 2010

The disk I obtained from a seller runs fine in live mode (no installation) on my Windows XP. I liked what I saw. However, when trying to run cd live on my Linux PC it won't run. Linux pc currently has Kubundu 9.1 installed. Previous to that I had Mint 8 installed, but again Fedora 12 cd would not run. After getting an initial Fedora startup screen, I next receive a bunch of text, ending with a text screen of about 30 lines with "OK" in green to right of each line. At bottom is blinking cursor. That ends my machine's live running of cd.

Obviously, if I can not get cd to run live on linux pc, I'm not going to be able to install. (I should add that ubuntu, kubuntu, mint 8 and pclinuxos all ran successfully live on machine and three of them were installed successfully.) Perhaps, Fedora is at war with Ubuntu et al.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Running 11.3 Live System On MacBook Air?

Jul 26, 2010

I am too stupid to run a live Linux on a Macbook air. I used both, an openSUSE 11.3-KDE Live-CD and a Live-USB key and tried several boot options.

(i) I held down "C" to boot from CD → didn't work. It's an Apple CD drive but came with an older Macbook air a few years ago.
(ii) Found the bootmenu by holding down the option (ALT) key. Neither Live-CD nor Live-USB were shown. You can only choose the harddrive (and available wireless networks).
(iii) "Command-Shift-Option-Delete" to boot from an external drive didn't work either. I assume my USB key is an external drive, right?

I don't want to install openSUSE on the mac I just want to run a live system from time to time. Therefore I want to bypass Boot Camp or rEFIt and that's probably why I am stuck here. I wonder, if I really have to setup one of them to boot into a live system? The wiki article "openSUSE on a Mac" is under review right now.

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Ubuntu :: Mount Windows Drive When Running Live CD?

Jul 15, 2010

I have a friend of mines computer that is hosed and gets the BSOD. He has pictures of his grandson on there that her really needs before I fix it. Is there a way to mount the main windows partition while running the Live CD? I have tried it and get an error but I am not able to get it working.

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Ubuntu :: Win7 Freezes After Running Any Distro Live Cd/usb?

Mar 24, 2011

No matter what distro I have used, when I run a live cd/usb installer... even without installing the OS or accessing the OS hard drive, Windows 7 freezes after logging in. Running this on an Asus G73-JH, I've seen similar problems from other people with Asus notebooks, but they have actually installed the linux OS. Running Windows home premium x64

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Flash 64 Bit Install Running Live Usb?

Jun 20, 2011

Dell 64 bit laptop with no hard drive, I'm running 10.04.2 from a 4 gb flash drive in persistence mode (Linux Live USB), and I'm trying to get ..... to work. I've tried everything on Adobe's site, and several methods from the forums. what's the trick to installing flash in either Firefox or 64 bit Chrome on a 64 bit system? The last method I tried was here, and the terminal said 404 not found after the download command.

I can usually find this stuff myself, but my eyes are getting watery, and my throat tight, and (sniff) I think

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Ubuntu :: Can Running E2fsck On Live System Cause Errors ?

Jun 29, 2011

We have an old server running, and I decided to run fsck.ext3 -n on the disk to check it (while it was running). Turns out it reports lots of errors - not a good thing.

The weird thing is that when booting up a rescue cd and running fsck.ext3 on it, it says there are no problems with it. The filesystem is marked clean. Forcing a check with -f turns up nothing.

Now, when booting it from disk, fsck complains about an unclean file system that has not been checked for like 50000 days (obviously an error). Running e2fsck -n /dev/sda2 turns up errors again - not necessarily the same ones as the last time.

This makes me wonder: Can running e2fsck on a mounted file system cause errors? I ran with -n which is not supposed to do anything, just doing a read-only check. On the other hand, I heard checking a live file system might throw erros since the files being checked might change while bign checked, thus causing false positives.

Can the old version of e2fstools (1.38, approx 2005) mean non-existing errors are shown? Both the rescue cd and the system use this version.

In any case - why would the file system report errors on boot-up when the rescue cd just said it was ok? It should have been marked clean by now.

For laughs, I shut down the system and booted Knoppix which has a quite recent version (1.41.12, May 2010) of e2fstools. It showed no errors on the file system.

What do you think - are there errors or not on the file system?

The system is actually running Suse, but this is not about Suse specific things - just general Linux tools. And I use Ubuntu personally.

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Software :: Running Clonezilla From Command Line On Live CD

Aug 30, 2009

I've used Clonezilla to backup a NTFS partition to a image on a local drive. I want to restore it to a new one where the partition size is smaller (the used space on the source partition is less than the destination partition size). Unfortunately when I try to restore it I get a error stating that I need to use -C to disable size checking.

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Software :: Uninstall Grub Currently Running Ubuntu Live Cd

Feb 3, 2010

I want to uninstall Grub from my machine. I am currently using Unbuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalop 's Live CD. Please help me with these. I can't make use of windows recovery console as right now i don't have any os installed on my machine. Please help!

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May 9, 2010

I have a Dell Inspiron 6400 running Windows 7 64bits and Ubuntu 10.04 64bits. My problem is that when I'm connected to my wireless router the connection crashes when I watch a live stream video such ..... or something else. It does not happen when I'm connected via cable to the router nor in Windows 7 when I'm connected via wifi.

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Dec 23, 2010

My computer got hung up restarting after an update yesterday so I switched it off and back on, which led to the error message "No init found. Try passing init= bootrag", looking that up I found a thread that recommended running fsck to fix the errors.

I first went to disk utility and did the check filesystem and repair button but that just had a pop-up that said "File system is NOT clean." So I went and tried fsck on the drive which gave me the error message "fsck.ext4: Device or resource busy while trying to open /dev/sda1 Filesystem mounted or opened exclusively by another program?"

Figuring this may have been caused by the disk utility I restarted and tried fsck again without opening any other program, and I still get the same error message. What is causing this? Swap? What can I do to get fsck running to fix the original problem?

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Ubuntu :: Identify Whether The Current System Is Running In Live Mode Or Not?

Aug 25, 2010

Is there any sure-fire way to identify whether the current Ubuntu system is running in Live mode or not? I want to distinguish between Live mode and running from installed HD, and do some processing in boot up script. FYI, in grml, the /etc/grml_cd file only exit in Live mode file system; no such file if running from installed HD.

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General :: Cannot Create Live Usb For OpenSuse Using Live USB Creator?

Sep 22, 2009

I just downloaded OpenSuse 11.1 64 bit live cd from it's official site.I have live usb creater in my xp box , with the help of which I successfully created live USB for fedora 11 earlier. Now the problem is whenever I try to create live usb using Opensuse live ISO image after extracting all files to usb , it gets failed.The same thing is happening with OpenSolaris 11 live cd iso image. Does this mean that live usb creater I have, was only foe Fedora distros?

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General :: Get A Fedora Live Cd Or Live Dvd?

Feb 10, 2010

i am wondering if i should get a fedora live cd or live dvd. space isn't a problem for me

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General :: Why Does Running A Program In Bash Work, When Running It In The Menu Doesn't?

Jul 26, 2010

I presume there is something in the JWM window manager - or Puppy Linux Lupu 5.01 itself that is conflicting with the normal loading of GMPLAYER....

I would like to know how to troubleshoot, and fix this problem if possible (even a workaround would be great).

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May 29, 2011

When I run OpenSUSE from the Live CD using normal settings, booting stops with a blank screen a moment after the kernel is loaded. When running it with ACPI disabled, it works, but direct rendering is disabled, even though it detects my video card (Mobility Radeon HD 5650) correctly Here's the Xorg.0.log file: my xorg log - [URL]

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