Let's start: I would like to have usbstick with fully working Linux system. I succeed in installing it on my old PC and of course the pendrive was bootable, functionas etc. But I wanted to have this working on a fresher machine. The preinstalled system didn't boot on the PC. GRUB launches, but it isn't operative. ANY command gives output like: Error: hd0 cannot get C/H/S values.
Neither 13 nor 14, x86 nor x86_64 LiveUSB can be launched It's horrible, because it should never happen. One month earlier I just checked, if LM 14 Cinnamon would work from USB drive. It was quite OK, but I had many problems with mouse. I could move it, but most the time I was not able to click any button or box. (Probably) it IS (only hardware difference is replacing previous ssd with new ones) related to my RAID 0: Intel Rapid Storage Technology, 2xVertex SSDs, but it should be natively suppoted by the kernel or whatever... What if I wanted to boot linux directly from them?
Any hints? I really don't want to unplug the array every time I want to boot from external drive...