OK, so I've put together a live CD which uses isolinux as the bootloader. Any idea what magical option or switch I need to use to make it copy the compressed filesystem to RAM before mounting it? (Not the entire CD, just the compressed filesystem image.)
hi, i am currently running ubuntu 11.10(sort of) but i downloaded the wrong graphics card driver and now the moniter can't display anything.
so i threw in the install disc for my origenal installation of ubuntu (11.04) and put it in try me mode the moniter works now but i only have 5 of 32 gigabytes backed up and i want to get the rest off before i reinstall ubuntu.
I have a shell script that can only be run from a live session (LiveCD or Live USB) because it shrinks the root filesystem of an actual installation, which can only be done when the filesystem is not mounted.
If the script is run from the live session, it should pursue its execution.
I have to customize a Debian live CD with some files I have created. Until now I have extracted the official iso to a folder, uncompressed filesystem.squashfs, added my files, recompressed filesystem.squashfs and I created a new bootable iso. Everything worked fine, but now I noticed that the Debian live CD doesn't come with ntfs read/write support, so I'd have to add ntfs-3g to it.
Hello, my alias is Damnation. A user on Forumkorner.com reccomended I begin to learn Unix ect. and he did not hold my hand, but he did help me set up crunchbang. However, right off the bat, I am experiencing a fairly impressive obstacle. My screen resolution will not fit properly. Yes I have fiddled with my moniter. Yes I have tried "xrandr".
Hello all and great board. I was previously trying to get a FreeBSD live usb running and couldn't. So I decided to format the disk with type a5 which is the FreeBSD type filesystem. Then I knew I had to mkfs but didn't see a .ufs for the Unix filesystem, so I went ahead and just did mkfs.ext3 /dev/sdx1.