General :: Making A Bootable Disk From ISO Images?

Jun 17, 2010

what is the procedure to make a bootable disk from ISO images downloaded from Red Hat Enterprise site?

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General :: Making USB Disk Bootable On Key?

Jun 22, 2011

How to make a usb disk on key bootable?

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Software :: Install GRUB In The MBR Of The Only Bootable Disk In The System, But Load Configuration And Images From Another Disk?

Apr 29, 2011

Is it possible to install GRUB in the MBR of the only bootable disk in the system, but load configuration and images from another disk?Basically I want to install GRUB on /dev/sda, but menu and images will be under /dev/sdb2.Note: /dev/sdb is not bootable.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Making The Bootable Disk?

Apr 7, 2010

Do you know if you can burn (or mount - whatever) Ubuntu on a CD from Ubuntu, or must you do it with Windows?

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CentOS 5 :: Syslinux Error When Making Bootable USB Disk?

Oct 2, 2010

I'm trying to make a bootable USB disk by using syslinux. The USB disk is recognized as /dev/sdc.

#mkdosfs -I /dev/sdc
#syslinux /dev/sdc

After executing the above two commands, it generates errors as follow:

end_request: I/O error, dev sdc, sector 32
printk: 21 messages suppressed.
Buffer I/O error on device sdc, logical block 4
Buffer I/O error on device sdc, logical block 5
... ...
Buffer I/O error on device sdc, logical block 12
Buffer I/O error on device sdc, logical block 13

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Slackware :: Making A USB Stick Bootable From A Bootable Cdrom?

Oct 23, 2009

I have a cdrom (bootable) that I want to copy over to a usb stick, and have THAT boot the system (Adding other files to it before hand) I know it's easy, but how? I've already made a iso of the cdrom.

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General :: Making SD Card Bootable?

Aug 24, 2010

Earlier today I created a bootable USB stick by executing a script file that came with the distro for that purpose and experienced no problems. Later on, I tried exactly the same thing but using a SD card via a USB adaptor and it didn't work. Is there some difference in geometry between these two media types that could cause this problem?

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General :: Making Bootable Usb Stick For Clonezilla?

May 6, 2010

One of my computers is a netbook with no CD drive, so I need to create a bootable USB stick so I can reload a Clonezilla-made backup image from an external HD on to the netbook.I bought a 4Gb thumb drive and used Parted Magic to create a 200Mb partition on it. I formatted this and the remaining free space both as FAT32 and used Parted Magic to flag the small partition as bootable. Then I loaded the Clonezilla Live files onto this boot partition.Now the thumb drive boots up ok, but goes straight into a Parted Magic menu screen from which there is no way out! It's just the menu screen alone and has no PM functionality. This also happens on other systems where there is no PM installed or in the CD drive. So it must be something PM has done to the thumb drive.

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General :: Making A USB Stick Bootable RHEL5 From Iso?

Sep 4, 2010

I have RHEL5x86_64 iso,I have windows XP 64 bit OS installed and a 4 GB USB Stick and my optical drive is not working . I want to install RHEL5 on my system from the USB. I can do this in a linux system but unfortunately I have no linux system. How will I do it in windows, as I am not getting any correct application or correct procedure to do this ...

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General :: Making A Live CD Bootable From Compact Flash (CF)?

Jun 16, 2011

Making a live CD using tools such as livecd-creator seems like a good solution to create a bootable read-only image to install on Compact Flash. My goal is to prevent failure due to write cycle limits of Compact Flash memory. A secondary goal is to have the live CD available for troubleshooting. However, Usenet postings indicate challenges in making the live CD image on CF bootable. Has anyone succeeded in doing this?

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General :: Making A Bootable Partition On A Compact Flash?

May 4, 2011

I have never worked with Linux before but as part of my new job I need to format and install a program on a compact flash card. I have followed our procedure to the T but when i install the card I get a No bootable partition error. Here is what I'm doing. I go into Gnome terminal and change to my directory to "cd dcmsetupdir" (this may not be important but I want to give as much info as I can. Then I type "sudo ./format_cf". once this is complete (no errors detected), I type in "sudo ./install_cf" this seems to install correctly but when I boot up the unit with the card in I get the no bootable partition error.

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General :: Software Recommend Program For Making A Bootable ISO File

Feb 26, 2011

I have Windows XP as an ISO file on a USB stick and want to make it bootable.Which Linux software do you recommend for doing that?

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General :: Making Bootable USB Flash Drive To Install Fedora 14

Jun 30, 2011

I have an Intel Core2 Duo system that I want to upgrade from Fedora 12 to Fedora 14. I have downloaded the DVD iso for Fedora 14, however, I do not want to burn a DVD for installation, and would like to be able to perform the upgrade from a USB flash drive. Where can I find information that will explain how to make a bootable flash drive that can install Fedora 14?

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General :: Can Take Vm Instance And Move It To Bootable Disk?

Mar 17, 2011

The performance of my suse install under Virtual Box is starting to affect my work, and I really need access to my real multi core CPUs - can I take my vm and stick it on a bootable SD or external HD?I've read the howto move existing linux installation to usb-flash and make it bootable? but it didn't work for me (I'm not convinced I copied correctly).

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General :: BIOS Does Not Recognize Bootable Disk

May 10, 2010

Anyone here knows the OpenSuse install CD runthrough? I am using DELL pc's, and remember installing Linux as being a few almost basic steps on my self assembled clone pc's in my youth. Now, over ten years later I want to redo that and return to my old playground. I am using after over 12 years administering MS stuff again applications running on unix (solaris) at my work. Its like homecoming but in a difficult way, I am brainwashed and not really into unix anymore. So... lets install linux again at home. Returning to my favorite Suse distribution in the old days (who knows why).

I went through the installation (Opensuse11) simple, standard to start with, so mainly next (ACPI disabled). Rebooted... and the pc finds no recognized bootable HDD. OK, well, try again, other HDD to be sure, results in the same. Set manually the root partition as active. No go, I feel as a newbie again. What happened to me in those last years? Tried to do it also with a fedora distri - same outcome. When plugging these HDD in another recent (DELL) pc, it also does not recognize the HDD as bootable. Both disks have been part of a system before and functioned; until I changed this system for this other purpose. Probably i am missing something basic??

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OpenSUSE :: Making A Bootable ISO From DVD For VirtualBox?

May 23, 2011

I started with a bootable Windows 7 Upgrade DVD. I tested the DVD by booting from DVD in a physical drive. The system put up a "press any key to install from CD/DVD" and it worked. Now, I attempted to make a bootable ISO for VirtualBox... To make the ISO, I used this:

dd if=/dev/sr0 of=windows7.iso bs=2048 conv=sync

which I've read will clone the DVD and its boot ability? Is this correct? When I start VirtualBox, version 4.0.8 r71778, I get the "FATAL: No bootable medium found! System halted." The IDE Primary Master (CD/DVD) is set to see windows7.iso, so I suspect it sees the ISO, only it doesn't appear to be bootable. SATA Port 0 is set to Windows 7.vdi. Am I missing a step somewhere? The system is running openSUSE 11.4.

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OpenSUSE Install :: Making An Os Bootable?

Mar 29, 2010

I got a hard drive with an image of an older redhat OS that i need to do some work with. The hard drive isnt bootable but i need to get into it somehow. I am not even close to an expert on these kinds of things, but i will provide the information that ive got.

fdisk -ul

Code:
Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
/dev/sda1 * 63 149838254 74919096 83 Linux
/dev/sda2 149838255 156296384 3229065 5 Extended

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The simplest way the occurs to me to do this is to virtualize the OS on it. So i installed hypervisor from yast, but (i think) it requires an image of the OS to virtualize it, not some partitions on a hard drive. Is there an easy way around this?

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Ubuntu :: Making Bootable Usb Stick?

Aug 12, 2010

I'm trying to make a Windows bootable USB stick in ubuntu 10.4 remix (netbook one)

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Ubuntu :: Making A Bootable DVD From Non ISO File?

May 22, 2011

for some reason copied my recovery disk directly as a file to file copy and not creating a ISO image. So thats all I have, a non ISO image and I need to burn it on a DVD to make it bootable. nothing I have tried seems to work. I know K3B has some options but I dont know it so well.

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Debian Programming :: App That Creates Bootable Images For Linux

Nov 29, 2013

I'm looking for an app for Linux that creates bootable images. Back when I used windows, I used Imgburn. Now, I need an app like that for Linux. Wherever I looked online, I saw either one (or both) of these ideas.

1. Run Imgburn under wine
2. Get k3b

I don't like using wine because the programs run very slow. I'm not sure exactly how to get k3b to produce a bootable image. So that's where I'm stuck.

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Software :: How To Use Squashfs Images To Make Bootable LiveCD

Mar 24, 2009

Recently I have started looking into squashfs filesystems which are used by many LiveCDs. I see that the Debian Live Project also has a squashfs image of their LiveCD. I am wondering how to use that squashfs image to make a bootable USB LiveCD?

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General :: Possible To Make Bootable Floppy Disk With PLOP?

Jan 4, 2010

For old machines, is this bootmanager plop floppy disk exists? [URL]

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General :: How To Reset Root Password Using Bootable Disk

Oct 6, 2009

Does anyone knows "How to recover a root password using bootable fedora Linux 11 disk?

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General :: Best Filesystem Choices For NFS Storing VMware Disk Images?

May 17, 2010

Currently we use an iSCSI SAN as storage for several VMware ESXi servers. I am investigating the use of an NFS target on a Linux server for additional virtual machines. I am also open to the idea of using an alternative operating system (like OpenSolaris) if it will provide significant advantages.What Linux-based filesystem favours very large contiguous files (like VMware's disk images)? Alternatively, how have people found ZFS on OpenSolaris for this kind of workload?

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OpenSUSE :: Making Bootable USB Drive Using An ISO File

Mar 8, 2010

I have an ISO file that I need to make a bootable USB drive with... but I don't know of any apps native to openSUSE that can do this can someone please tell me what I might use, and how?

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OpenSUSE Install :: Making A Bootable USB Stick

May 10, 2010

Downloaded openSUSE-11.2-DVD-x86_64.iso Burned on a DVD and used to make an install op a Dell laptop Everything went okay. Now I like to make a install on a ASUS UL20A laptop without an optical drive Placed the iso on a USB stick with dd command The stick can be read by openSUSE 11.2 machine NOT by WIN 7 machine I tried to make the USB stick with Win32DiskImager.exe

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Ubuntu :: Making An Existing Install USB Bootable?

Feb 19, 2011

I've searched extensively on Google and here and can't seem to find anything addressing what I'm trying to do. The motherboard of my notebook (Ubuntu 9.10) completely died earlier this week. I pulled the hard drive and got an external case for it. Is it possible to have it boot into my original Ubuntu via USB?

Trying to do so as-is comes up with multiple Grub errors (Invalid Environment block, file not found, etc.) and I've tried addressing these Grub errors separately with no luck, but I have a feeling I'm skipping a basic step somewhere to make a primary drive USB bootable without reformatting.

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Hardware :: Which Flash Drive Works Best When Creating Bootable Images?

Jul 29, 2010

I am thinking of using flash drives to boot linux image files instead of iso files. I remember reading in the past that booting off USB flash drives were sometimes problematic -- and I don't know if they're still are. I want to know from your personal experience what type and brand of flash drive has work for you in creating a bootable flash image.

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General :: Bootable Partition Start From Sector 1 On Hard Disk?

Dec 20, 2010

Should the first bootable partition start from sector 1 on a hard disk? or Can it be created anywhere on the disk? I am using fdisk to create the bootable partition.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Making Bootable Grub 2 CD In Lucid?

May 3, 2010

It seems that the handy grub-mkrescue --overlay=/boot/grub Grub2CD.iso command that works nicely in Karmic is not the right way to create a cd iso in Lucid.

~$ grub-mkrescue --overlay=/boot/grub Grub2CD.iso
Unrecognized option `--overlay=/boot/grub'
Usage: /usr/bin/grub-mkrescue [OPTION] SOURCE...

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/usr/bin/grub-mkrescue generates a bootable rescue image with specified source files or directories.

Report bugs to <bug-grub@gnu.org>.

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