I've some question regarding bootable pendrive and ISO.
How to make a normal ISOimage(just containing folders) or USB boot-able ,if one wants to do it manually, how to do it ?
what is difference in BOOTSECTOR of normal pendrive and a bootable pendrive ?
What if I have UBUNTU ISO(not a LIVE-CD) with all it's content, how to make it bootable?
I have prepared a persistent Ubuntu live USB pendrive with a large (10Gb) casper-rw partition which holds all kinds of bioinformatics tools for my students.
I wish to make several instances of this pendrive, so the students could use it as a standalone linux for a class I'm giving.
I need to prepare 20 pendrives which will be exact copies of my master-pendrive.
I reinstalled ubuntu 14.04 over my old one using a bootable pendrive, and deleted the windows files, now it shows me a black screen whenever I start, however it automatically redirects to ubuntu. And, I'm now unable to install windows using again a bootable pendrive and just redirects to ubuntu.
My boot repair gave the following link
I have Dell vostro 2520 Intel 3rd gen Pentium dual core laptop.
I want to create a bootable pendrive along with my factory default driver files.
In internet I can find the ubuntu OS 12.04, but not the factory made drivers for my laptop specifications.
Can I find this anywhere in my laptop itself?
I have found many tutorials about create a bootable live Linux image, but I whant to create a very particular USB-linux pendrive that allows me
-to boot Linux image using the native harware if started at boot time (so no virtualized)
-to use the remaining space for storage purpose on Windows (so not formatted with ext filesystem)
-to start as virtualized OS so that I can start it from another a
I recently installed Ubuntu 14.04 on my Dell e1505 laptop from a bootable pendrive created by UNetbootin. when I used the pendrive to try Ubuntu without installing, it detected my wired network and everything worked wonderfully.