Installing a new system using a GPT partitioned disk dedicated to a single partition, ext4 formatted, extlinux (version 4.05) as bootloader, Ubuntu Core version 13.10 amd64 as rootfs, and Ubuntu linux-image-3.11.0-18-generic as kernel, and extlinux-update to generate bootloader configuration.
The result after reboot (still inside a KVM based virtual machine) is an is an (initramfs) prompt and the
I have never been able to make a bootable usb stick or cd/dvd. I can't quite figure out how to do it. I know I have all these files with extensions like .c32 .com .bin .mbr and syslinux or extlinux is somehow involved. Can someone help with with this? My BIOS recognizes usb stick booting.