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Re: acer one



On Fri, 24 Jul 2009 15:13:07 +0200, Jonathan Underwood <jonathan underwood gmail com> wrote:

2009/7/24 NoSpaze <nospaze gmail com>:
Am Freitag, den 24.07.2009, 14:23 +0200 schrieb roland:
I am trying to install fed 11 on an acer aspire one (netbook), using a
usb_DVD.
Following the doc of fedora everything should go standard except for
usb_DVD. You will find in the attached picture the error that is generated
when installing fed 11.

Can't find any attachment. Anyway, I do had success in installing/
upgrading/ using F11 on my aspire one. Installed with a livecd on USB
(obviously, i386). something like this:

# yum install livecd-tools
# livecd-iso-to-disk /home/rodolfo/Fedora-11-image.iso /dev/sdc1

Verifying image...
/home/rodolfoap/Fedora-11-image.iso:
  17d675e98a44754d41ba0d93f485ffa3
Fragment sums:
7dba468e8adf87c776ae4a15a871426ba74dba1187adb2a6807c1e124a34
Fragment count: 20
Percent complete: 100.0%   Fragment[20/20] -> OK
100.0
The media check is complete, the result is: PASS.
It is OK to use this media.
Copying live image to USB stick
Updating boot config file
Installing boot loader
USB stick set up as live image!

# greets!

Yes - I can report success doing exactly the same.

So as I understand you are making a bootable usb-stick?
What is the minimum capacity of the stick.

I tried to do this, but he complains saying the stick is not bootable
so I should use
/sbin/parted
Parted only allows to make a ext2 filesystem.
How should I do this. Why does it work out of the box with you guys?

Roland




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