I am using centos 6.4 x86. I have one bootable cd and one external DVD writer. I want to keep the clone of that cd into my local system and i want it to be bootable. what should be the command to achieve this task?
Thanks in advance.
I am running F10KDE, and I got fed up with K3b. I am dual-booting with WinVista. I want to upgrade to F11KDE, and keep Vista, too. So, I went to Vista and ran Roxio to make a bootable iso image of the F11 file. Success.
I installed Ubuntu 12.04.1 with a bootable USB replacing the prior operating system.
It worked, I can use the computer but only if I boot up with the USB. Otherwise, the screen turns into black and I have to reboot it with the USB.
How can I fix this?
Huh? Most Ubuntu users will never notice. There is a flaw with Ubuntu and that is with the root password because there is not one. I believe this was delibrate because the devs wanted a secure way to use the operating system with a bootable live OS by using the 'sudo' command. It is highly recommended and not documented to change the root pasword.