Good day all,
So, I want to get Gloria KDE running on my systems. Why waste a CD? Install it with a reusable USB drive. Also, my other computer is a netbook with no CD/DVD drive, so I kind of have to use a USB drive. The problem is that I can get it to boot off my USB stick. I've done this with the main Gloria Gnome with no issues. This is my first time installing the KDE version, but I hit a snag!
When I use unetbootin it seems to skip most of the copy phase. Well, I tried it anyway and it says it can't find the Linux kernel. Sure enough, looking at the stick it didn't copy anything over, it simply made it bootable but didn't put on anything to put to. (Edit: This is still unresolved.)
When I use Ubuntu's USB Startup Creator it says it can't find the partition number (of my USB stick, I assume). (SOLVED ISSUE, read the last post.)
Does anyone have any idea about why these things might happen? At first I thought it was because KDE CE is a DVD not a CD ISO, but I don't really think that's it. Any help you can offer would be appreciated. The other unetbootin and USB Startup Creator threads seem to have other far more complicated issues. These one seem straight forward, but I don't seem to have a solution.
[Edited for clarity]
Last edited by EnthusOcn
on Sat Aug 08, 2009 6:24 am, edited 2 times in total.