I apologize if this has already been covered, but I haven't found anything useful - surprisingly.I'd like to have a CentOS 6 Live CD available via a PXE boot menu for system r... [by arrkerr]
on 04/15/2013 – Made popular on 04/15/2013
I want to add some drivers to the CentOS LiveCD. These drivers are not present on out of the box CentOS LiveCD.
So Once I add the the new drivers to the LiveCD, and then boot up the server with the LiveCD then I am hoping that it will recognize the new hardware.
I have been googling around this but haven't found a process by which I could add the drivers to a CentOS LiveCD.
I am building my own custom live USB / MMC OS and managed to get it to boot up; however, without using the live module, root is read only and essentially the system is useless.
My image is not built using livecd-tools, but a custom variant of livecd-tools which does not build an ISO, but just a root image installed to whatever partition I tell it to along with boot partition / MBR.
I'm currently building a custom lubuntu-based LiveCD using Ubuntu Customization Kit, and it's been so far so good, but I need to somehow remove the installation menu that shows up when you boot into lubuntu (the one that has the "Try Lubuntu without Installing" option), I just need it to jump straight into the desktop environment without prompting the user to install lubuntu, as it's alw
I have a fresh Ubuntu 12.04.3 Server (x64) install that I can't seem to convince to boot to the grub menu. I've re-installed grub several times at this point, both manually and using a 12.04.3 Desktop LiveCD with boot-repair. Every time I boot however, I land on the grub terminal, never getting to a normal grub boot menu.
I'm having trouble installing CentOS-7 on my HP MicroServer.
I've tried with KDE LiveCD and Netinstall (both on USB sticks),
and now I'm going to try with the DVD ISO.
But I want to be quite sure I can return to CentOS-6.5
if things go wrong, so I'm wondering what precisely I need to copy
(eg the MBR and a bit more) so that I could get back to things as they were.
Is this documented anywhere?
I'm trying to boot an old machine (AMD Athlon 1800) from the latest Fedora Live CD (I also tried an FC11, FC7, and a CentOS LiveCD) and failing. I never get past "Searching for Boot Record" in the BIOS. I know these CDs work on other machines. What can I do?