The extent of my gaming these days consists of the occassional wesnoth, open arena, nethack, and my current favorite Cube 2: Sauerbraten. I just want a card that will work well in Linux, ideally without having to install proprietary drivers. I’m not much of a gamer, so I probably don’t need too high-end of a graphics chip, let alone SLI/Crossfire.
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Most likely you will want to install a Linux distribution, or a Windows distribution you have the. A bootable USB drive can also come incredibly handy when you have to backup your broken computer, and there are a lot more scenarios. UNetbootin has built-in support for numerous distributions, including Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, PCLinuxOS, Linux Mint, ArchLinux, Debian, CentOS, Frugalware, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and Parted Magic, though many other distributions can also be installed via an existing ISO or floppy/hard disk image file.
Today, I will show you how to make a bootable flash drive that runs Fedora (16, 32 bit) in persistance, a powerful and easy distro that is easily one of today’s top distrobutions. )
Have a BIOS that can boot from a flash drive (If not, click here, I recommend having this anyway, PLoP is a great tool that has helped me a lot in the past)
And I assume that you also have:
A (non-sandisk U3) flash drive that is capable of booting and has at least 1GB of space (2GB+ reccommended, 4GB strongly encouraged). Loss of data
2. It’s covered in the last step. To follow this instructable, I assume that you:
Have enough knowledge to boot from a flash drive (If not, don’t fret. Loss of warranty
4. DISCLAIMER: I (Se1f_Destruct) am NOT responsible for any problems that may arrise from following this instructable. A computer with at least ~680MB of free space
Above is a screenshot of the finished product, booting in all of it’s glory:.
Download Fedora Live USB Creator for free and create a LiveUSB version of almost any version of the Fedora distro to. Create a Windows 7 installer by.
Hit “ Create Live USB” and wait for it to download and write. For both Windows and Linux, it works in exactly the same way.
http://liveusb-creator. Hunkins Yesterday I released version 3. Changes in this release include:
Added the F12 beta release Updated to the latest Sugar on a Stick v2 beta snapshot (#522240) Made our automatic device detection code more robust (#519134) Fixed encoding of unicode strings from exceptions (#471367) Made our Linux device detection more robust (#517053) Intel Mac EFI directory preparation (#526825) thanks to Matt Domsch Made our windows device detection more robust Added a –device-checksum options, which calculates the checksum of the entire device. Zip
https://admin. Bootable_partition method a little more robust Better handling of file descriptors Some Windows-specific optimizations & fixes Fixed a bug with the overlay size on sticks with not much free space Handle device paths containing spaces when running extlinux (#490843) Remove some duplicate po files (#516841) Many translation updates Windows
https://fedorahosted. “As a non-Linux person, Live-USB Creator has improved the quality of my life measurably. Added a –liveos-checksum option, which takes the checksum of all LiveOS files, and then generate a checksum of the checksums Added a –hash option for configuring the hash for the above checksum features Made the LiveUSBCreator. 6 of the liveusb-creator. Fc12
https://fedorahosted. So I’ve gotten some pretty inspiring feedback from various users of the liveusb-creator recently, so I decided to put some cycles into it this weekend and crank out another release.
Mkstemp, saved the pixmap to it, injected it into the Journal, and then deleted the directory. This looked fine at a first glance, until I realized that it never closed the temporary file descriptor. While keeping this in mind, we kept our eyes peeled while wandering around the codebase to see if we could track the issue down. When looking at the code that takes screenshots of the waveform, I noticed that it created a temporary file with tempfile. While we were looking through the ticket queue, we saw an issue where Measure would apparently leak memory and crash when running it for a long period of time. Another 2-line patch later, and this issue was solved.
Whether you’re using a server, a desktop or even a tiny little Aspire One or Eee PC, the vast majority of modern computers support booting straight from USB, so you can just plug in your drive and go. Once you switch your install to a flash drive, it means you can take it pretty much anywhere and get back to work immediately.
Not sure where to start. You’ll also need to pick which version you want. Ubuntu, Fedora and Linux Mint are all good options if you’re looking for a general Linux experience. Not sure what this means. Just pick the most recent version, because that’s probably what you want.
Ca posts tagged with #FUDCon. Thanks to the mad design skillz of mizmo, and the feed aggregation and real-time web sockets of Moksha, I was able to throw it together pretty quickly. I plan on taking this code and integrating it in the existing fedoracommunity dashboard and hooking up many different fedora-related feeds to it. Live Widgetry
Before the conference I decided to throw together a little live widget that scrolls all of the new identi.
There should be an option to boot from USB, select it and hit enter
Nothing. Try hitting other keys at boot, such as F10 or F8
If you STILL can’t find the key to press or the menu to select a boot device, it would be easier just to follow the guide here. Insert your bootable flash drive
3. Turn the computer on
4. Turn your computer off, completely. So you have the flash drive, Fedora is copied onto it by the LUC, and it is ready to go. Keep pressing F12 until the computer beeps
5. What do we do next.