Yes. I have tried replacing unetbootin with unetbootin-git. Results are the same. I also tried changing my gtk theme, and I tried several other WMs.I have tried launching from my root menu, from dmenu-launch, and from a term, all with the same result... Blank window.
Test Transaction Errors: file /usr/share/applications/unetbootin.desktop from install of unetbootin-0-11.577bzr.fc17.x86_64 conflicts with file from package unetbootin-0-8.393bzr.fc13.i686
file /usr/share/doc/unetbootin-0/README.TXT from install of unetbootin-0-11.577
hello, i think it would do Fedora users a great service to yum install unetbootin. unetbootin is a great program that allows you to make a live usb for almost ANY linux operating system, i have also heard you can use it to make live usb images of windows xp and mac osx.
As I mentioned before, I'm having a lot of stability issues on Lubuntu 13, so I'm trying to upgrade to the alternate install of Lubuntu 14.04, as my computer has about 500MB RAM.
I went to UNetbootin as I usually do, but this time around in creating the USB, I got a strange screen that said "UNetbootin", and within the box was a statement saying "HIt tab to edit options" or something like that.
Unetbootin can be installled to a hard disk without destroying the existing system, and I have done this on a Windows box in order to install Linux in the past. You boot unetbootin which then downloads the files to install your distro of choice.I haven't done it, but maybe the installed unetbootin can install a distro from files on a usb stick instead of from the net?
I have made many Live USB Fedora (F11-F15) bootable pendrive OSs but have always ultimately had to burn the Live iso to a CD first -
I for sure will do that again - if necessary, but now,
I have been trying and really would like to get a bootable (1GB) Fedora 17 KDE stick without first burning the iso to a CD
I have the F17 KDE Live iso downloaded and have made the UNetbootin executable just