Unfortunately, "live" has 2 meanings in this context--sorta like "bandaid," which generally/colloquially refers to any adhesive bandage, but can also refer to one specific brand of adhesive bandage. In the Linuxsphere, we tend to refer to any sort of bootable media as "live," but "Live" also refers to a specific strategy for creating bootable media--as opposed to, e.g., Casper.davschm wrote:I am getting a error when running the script about not being in the live environment. I am running it from within the live CD.
ICBW, but I'm pretty sure "main edition" Mint-17.2 is Casper. I know Mint-17.1 is from looking at my LiveUSB ("Live" using the other sense :-) grub.cfg; plus this would explain your error. So my advice is,davschm wrote:My version = linuxmint-17.2-cinnamon-64bit.iso
1. Make a LMDE LiveUSB. CDs are sooo last millenium :-)
2. Boot LMDE2 from the LiveUSB. You'll have a richer, more linuxy experience, which will improve your quality of life :-)
3. Run one of these install scripts.