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I have created a bootable thumbdrive containing Ubuntu 10.04. It works fine, but has one minor issue. When I boot a system, it writes a new fstab relevant to that system. That fstab persists, so that if I boot another system the "old" fstab is read and the O/S tries to mount filesystems that... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: stumpyuk
hi friends, i had this problem in a Solaris 10 server
when i inserted my thumbdrive, i can't find the device file containing usb.
what should i do ? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Exposure
I thought it may be nice to use rdiff-backup to backup my websites to a thumb drive. But all the capital letters are substituted with octal escape codes. How can I over come this?
There are no issues backing up to another ext3 drive.
The source drive is ext3 the thumb drive is vfat mounted... (0 Replies)
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When I try to mount a thumb drive on a Monta Vista Linux 3.1 Embedded System I get an Error.
When I plug in the USB Drive I get this message:
# hub.c: new USB device CYEZ-Host-1, assigned address 2
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5. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
In our HP/Unix system, our master scsi drive was bootable and our mirrored drive was non-bootable. Are any of these alternatives possible:
1) Make the non-bootable scsi drive bootable? How?
2) Create a bootable scsi drive, then copy the mirrored data to the newly created scsi drive?
I seek... (1 Reply)
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i have a Solaris 8 box with me, and i had been using my usb thrumbdrive on it all the time. one day, i was in a rush and i pulled out the thumbdrive without ejecting it or anything. and now i can't detect any thumbdrives at all. i had tried using another thumbdrive, but with no... (2 Replies)
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I want to create a CD that is bootable containing a working Linux OS ie OS runs from CD and not harddrive.
Will probably install Linux to a 650GB partition , including all the bits I need.
How would I then use this partition to create a working CD?
Ideas and Web sites with info very... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: markdr011
8. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
how can i create a bootable cd? i have the .iso thingy, and now i only need to put it on the cd, but do i need something special to do it w/? or just burn it right onto the cd? Ive already set cd to 1st in bios.
thanx anyways (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: thenewestuser
9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm trying to make a backup bootable CD of a solaris 7 machine. I have no idea where to start so I did alot a reading :-) Even though I've done alot of reading I still don't know what is the best way of going about it all.
What I am after as a finished result is a bootable CD... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: merlin
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I need to be able to make a back bootable CD for Solaris 7 + software on the system. As stated the CD needs to be a bootable one, I know it will more then likely have to be more then 1 CD and I don't mind.
What would be a good program to do this? Also the best way to go about doing it.... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: merlin