Ubuntu :: How Do I Cd Into Usb Stick

Apr 2, 2010

how do I cd in to a usb stick.it returns not found i,m just missing the bit where gap is in new volume

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Ubuntu :: Corrupt Usb-stick - Close Gtk Button And Pulled The Stick Out Of Pc

Oct 1, 2010

i was writing a .img file to my usb stick with ImageWriter, but it didn't seem to do anything so i clicked the close gtk button and pulled the stick out of my pc. now my pc gives my an when i try to open the stick. is there any way to fix this. I can use win xp pro, win xp media center, win 7 starter, ubuntu 9.10 and ubuntu 10.04

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Ubuntu Servers :: Installing Server From USB Stick To Another USB Stick?

Sep 1, 2011

I'm about to ditch Freenas as my NAS software and make it an Ubuntu server box. The mainboard is an Asus AT3ION-T dual core Atom board. Freenas runs happily from USB stick. I have no optical device to install Ubuntu from and would like to install Ubuntu Server to a USB stick.

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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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Ubuntu :: How To Set Up USB Stick To Be Boot-able

Jan 17, 2010

So I've been running Ubuntu in a VM environment for a while, seeing if I like it. I think it's something I'd like to have as the primary OS on my netbook, so I downloaded the latest Netbook Remix version (9.10). Problem is, I can't get the thing to boot from my USB stick. Before we get into any lessons on how to set up a USB stick to be bootable, and how to adjust the BIOS's boot priority... let me say that I've used this exact stick and this exact laptop in the past just fine. When my netbook came home from the store with WinXP on it, I created a Live USB using unetbootin v3.56 and made the stick bootable with a gparted-live ISO. I used this to boot from the stick and partition my drive in half so that I could load the Win7 RC onto the other partition. Everything worked great then. I blew away those partitions and went back to a single partition when I loaded up my full Win7 OS a few weeks ago.

I'm wondering if it's possible that Win7 does something special with the bootloader to prevent this stick from being recognized? I know that sounds kinda far fetched, but I have a vague sense of having read this somewhere, but I can't find anything along those lines now. Just to be sure, I went into the BIOS and took out both the CD and the HDD from the boot sequence, so the only thing in there was the "removable device". However, when booting from the stick in this configuration, I got a "please insert an operating system" type message. When I started this process, the stick was still in "LiveUSB" mode with the gparted OS - however, I didn't test it in Win7 to see if it would have booted from it. I just assumed that it would have since the last time I used this USB stick, it was to boot into gparted-live.

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Ubuntu :: 9.04 How To Update The Usb Stick

Jan 19, 2010

I installed Ubuntu 9.04 on a usb 16 GiB pen. It runs very well, but I want to update it. When I try, I get the message saying,


Not enough free disk space... needs a total of 537 MiB free space on disk...

Running GParted shows that 842 MiB being used and 14.1 GiB free.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Can't Run Unr 9.1 From Usb Stick

Feb 10, 2010

I copied the unr 9.10 iso to my usb stick fine using the program from pendrivelinux for ubuntu 9.1. I think it worked well, because it now has a ubuntu logo on the usb and says "install ubuntu netbook remix." When I get to the BIOS menu and to the boot options, I get a box which says three things: SDD slot, D: drive, and disabled (maybe talking about the D)When I press enter on the D: drive nothing happens. When I say to save configuration and exit it goes right to xp again. I have no idea what to do... I'm on an EEEpc 1005-HA running xp.

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Ubuntu :: Apt-Get And USB Stick Boot

Oct 7, 2010

If I create a usb stick with the applications provided by ubuntu and I choose to save files in the stick (with the available option - cant remember the name), will I be able to install packages and have them available the next time I boot?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Getting OS Onto A USB Stick?

Oct 28, 2010

I wish to install a fully working Ubuntu system on my 16GB USB disk so that when I boot from my USB stick I get directly into Ubuntu. I do not want to be prompted with the option of "Try Ubuntu" or "Install Ubuntu". How do I do this?

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Ubuntu :: Burn An Iso To A USB Stick?

Dec 31, 2010

How in the world do I burn an iso file to a usb stick ?

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Ubuntu :: Install 10.10 Through A 'USB' Stick?

Feb 17, 2011

Though everything is mentioned in the 'Download' section in regard to installation through CD, & generally in every PC, first Boot device is always the CD Rom, what changes ought to be made to install Ubuntu 10.10 using a USB stick?Will the BIOS section allow me to choose the first BOOT DEVICE as my thumb drive?, in order to install Ubuntu using it?

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Ubuntu :: Cpufreq Does Not Stick

Mar 14, 2011

I have been using kubuntu, and I would like to change the cpufreq settings. My understanding is that there is no applet for that, and I would have to do it by hands with a script.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 2 OS On One USB Stick?

Apr 5, 2011

I'm using an old netbook with Ubuntu Remix 9.04 and I thought it's about time I installed the newest version.Therefore I put the latest Ubuntu Netbook version on my 4GB USB stick with USB Startup Disk Creator.Furthermore I would like to have the Desktop version on the same USB stick. I tried but the second version (Desktop) seems to overwrite the first (Netbook). Is it possible at all to have 2 bootable versions side by side on one USB stick?

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Ubuntu :: USB Stick V 2.0 Is Now Becoming Very Slow

Apr 8, 2011

The latter ubuntu version (10.10) seems to be getting fatter and fatter.Running ubuntu 10.10 from USB stick v 2.0 is now becoming very very slow.Is there a way to streamline it ? I only need to use one reliable browser (firefox ubuntu often got compatibility problem) and openoffice.Has anyone tried running ubuntu via USB Stick v 3.0 ?

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Ubuntu :: Clone USB Stick To Another?

Jul 28, 2011

I have linux installation which is on USB flash drive...there are two partitions. how to clone it to another USB. I tried manualy creating partitions on new flash drive and manualy copyng files but this doesn't work.

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Ubuntu :: USB Stick Not Being Detected

Mar 15, 2011

I have this weird problem with my usb drive (Transcend 8 gb). It had been working fine for 2-3 months. But then all of my systems, except one stopped detecting this drive. Connecting the usb to these systems has no effect - no /dev file created and nothing shows up in dmesg and lsusb.

And on the one system (out of 5) where it works properly ,lsusb has this output:
Bus 002 Device 007: ID 8564:1000
// As seen here, there is no device name listed
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0020 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 03f0:0024 Hewlett-Packard KU-0316 Keyboard
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 045e:00cb Microsoft Corp. Basic Optical Mouse v2.0
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 8087:0020 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub

I didn't do anything special with this usb, just using it as normal (data transfer etc). And no, I don't connect my usbs to Windows systems. I have formatted it, ran fsck but nothing worked.

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Ubuntu :: USB Stick Not Detected?

Apr 20, 2011

I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 atm and it's not detecting my USB stick.Well I think it knows it's there but I can't open it and well,not too familiar with all the terminal codes thus I could use some help in that department.I can get the USB stick to work on windows and never had a problem with it really...

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Convert CD To ISO Then Run Off A USB Stick?

Jan 19, 2010

I am taking a Geology class this semester and we were assigned a CD that has an interactive program on it. I didn't like the access speed- especially when the narrator was supposed to talk. The DVD/CDRW drive had to spin up and... then the narrator spoke.I'm wondering if I can create an ISO image of that CD and then transfer it to a SD card so it's less noisy and less pokey than a CD.I only have Brasero at this point so I don't know if that program will be enough

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Ubuntu :: Formatting A USB Stick - Errors

Mar 2, 2010

A week ago I started a thread on Hardware & Laptops asking for help in formatting a USB stick.

Here is the thread:


Before I toss away the 2GB stick, maybe somebody has some thoughts .

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Ubuntu Servers :: Living On A USB Stick?

Apr 2, 2010

I am aware of the fact that Ubuntu can be installed and booted form a USB stick. No problem. What I wanted to know is if this year's Ubuntu is smart enough to not trash the USB stick with excessive writes to a specific sector.

While USB sticks are not expensive, if the OS is going to thrash them, it limits its usefulness.

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Ubuntu :: Possible To Run Full Install From Usb Stick

Apr 18, 2010

i have a failing hdd and need to run ubuntu from a usb stick instead of normal.i dont need to know how to have a live image on a usb stick and install to the hdd cause i dont have a hdd that works (or the money to buy a new one) what i need to know is if there is a way for me to run a full featured install of ubuntu from my usb stick.by full featured i mean, able to save options and general usage and not the "try" feeling of a live os.

btw the reason for all this is having a computer telling me all the time since installing ubuntu 9.10 that i have many bad sectors.when trying to erase the whole hdd with dnk (dariks nuke somthhing) i get the same message so i dont think its a scam (read about a bug in 9.10 causing working hardware to look like failing)i really need some help.also if anyone knows if theres a way to make a bad sectored hdd work again.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Is It Possible To Repair It With USB Stick Instead?

Apr 30, 2010

I had been running ubuntu 9.03 for quite some time, but for school I needed windows, so after installing windows on a free'd partition, it will not give me the ubuntu boot option and loads staright into windows(vista)[typical windows]. I am aware that one is able to repair it with an ubuntu boot disk, but my dvd-rom isn't functioning.My question is, is it possible to repair it with a USB stick instead?

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Ubuntu :: Creating Bootable WIN USB Stick?

May 2, 2010

I want to install Windows on my netbook. In order to to so I need to create a bootable disk-on-key.How do I do that?

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Ubuntu :: Running Off A USB Stick; Very Slow?

May 28, 2010

Now that I'm on Ubuntu, I love the look of it. Navigating the OS menus is fast and programs are generally fast once they're running, but they're extremely slow when first opened (basic programs like Firefox, OpenOffice Writer, etc.). Is this because I'm running Ubuntu off of a USB stick? I don't know if I'd make the full switch if programs typically open this slow, but otherwise I love Ubuntu.

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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 :: 10.04 On USB Stick - Persistence Feature

Jun 18, 2010

The Pendrive Linux site states the following in regards to a USB Flash Install using their Universal USB Installer:
"Once finished, you should have a Live USB Ubuntu 10.0 that can be run directly from your Flash Drive, just as it does from a Live CD. Ubuntu's casper-rw feature IS ALSO utilized for persistently saving and restoring your changes on subsequent boots."

The part that confuses me is the second statement that the Casper-RW feature is utilized. Isn't that incorrect for the case of a Live Install using their Universal USB Installer? I later discovered that a Persistent Install can be created by downloading and using Version 2.5 of the Linux Live USB Creator. In this case, a second partition is created on the Flash drive for the casper rw feature. Is my understanding correct, or can the Pendrive Linux Universal Installer somehow create a persistent USB drive that will save data and settings?

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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 :: 10.10 And Boot Stick Options?

Oct 20, 2010

Everytime I use my boot stick to boot, it asks me if I want to try ubuntu or to install it. Is there anyway to 'remove' this welcome screen, since I'll always choose 'try ubuntu'?

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Ubuntu Installation :: How To Stick With LTS Maverick

Oct 31, 2010

I want to stay with release 10.10 (maverick) until the support expires. So how should I configure 'software sources' so that I don't get offered to upgrade to the next release (11.04?). When on 10.04, I had the 'show new distribution releases' set to 'Long term support releases only', but it didn't offer the upgrade from 10.04 to 10.10 unless I changed it to 'Normal releases'. Should I now be setting it back to 'Long term support releases only' in order to stay with maverick? What would I miss out on if I do that?

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Ubuntu :: How To Create Bootable Usb Stick

Nov 4, 2010

Running: Ubuntu 9.04 32 bits I'm trying to create an bootable usb drive for installing windows 7 so i took this release"Microsoft.Windows.7.Enterprise.x64.Integrated.Oct ober.2010-BIE"

1. Extracted to get the iso

2. Formated my 8gb usb flash drive with gparted

3. Extracted all the files from the iso with UNetbootin to my usb stick

4. Restarted and selected boot from removable drive in the bios options

After step 4 nothing worked i tried to remove booting from the hdd to force the computer to boot from the usb drive but just get the message that i need to insert an bootable media or restart.

Tried several times and the usb worked propperly while installing ubuntu 9.04 which I run this writing moment. I'm out of ideas and I don't have an cd/dvd reader to boot an dvd from either so via usb is the only thing my knowledge is capable to.

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