[sf-lug] how to make a usb stick bootable
vpolitewebsiteguy at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 14 18:14:21 PDT 2009
Here's a link to one site on how to do it. http://www.shivaranjan.com/2008/09/03/how-to-create-bootable-linux-usb-flashpen-drive-from-windows/ . If you google it, you'll find a ton of sites on how to do it.
From: jim <jim at well.com>
To: sf-lug <sf-lug at linuxmafia.com>
Sent: Friday, August 14, 2009 6:00:41 PM
Subject: [sf-lug] how to make a usb stick bootable
we want to put linux on a usb stick. we want
the usb stick to be bootable.
we used fdisk to put on these partitions:
/dev/sdb1 bootable ext3 128MB
/dev/sdb2 ext3 4GB
/dev/sdb5 ext2 512MB
we've put no directory names on the partitions.
# man grub-install
says we can put grub on a device name and also
use the --root-directory option to specify a
directory in which we list grub images.
we want to have the / namespace on /dev/sdb2
and we want the /dev/sdb1 partition to be mounted
on the /boot mount point (specified in the root
directory on the /dev/sdb2 partitioned.
we've successfully mounted the thing on /zzb1
and /zzb2 and /zzb5 mount point directories on our
we've not put any files on the usb stick, we've
not used any installer to put any linux or other
os on the usb stick.
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