Talk:USB flash installation media
About making the installation media without overwriting
I'm not totally sure if I misunderstood something, but I had to change the path of the entries of the *.cfg files. For instance:
It was the only way it worked with the unofficial ISO x86_64 image of march 13th, 2012. Looks like the syslinux command described in the page doesn't get the path as it should.
I edited all of the .cfg files, but probably only editing this ones should have been enough:
archiso.cfg archiso_head.cfg archiso_sys_inc.cfg
I hope it could be useful to somebody, because I spend some time with this (I even thought that was a problem with the hardware). I think it could be possible to make a simple script (or give some command lines) to patch the files once they are copied into the USB and run syslinux.
- I cannot find that this is still relevant to the article as it now exists. I am striking it out as it looks like it could be good to remove. AdamT (talk) 10:33, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
- Just lunched from USB drive without UUID(don't have any idea why it didn't have one). Solution was to change label to appropriate in loader/entries/archiso-x86_64.conf. Not sure weither this should be added to article.
- Ok. For some reason ubuntu did not see USB UUID. So blkid -o value -s UUID /dev/sdx1 were returning empty string. The solution was:
- $ sed -i "s|label=ARCH_.*|label=$(blkid -o value -s LABEL /dev/sdx1)|" loader/entries/archiso-x86_64.conf
- It seems that sometimes you have to get the UUID by running the command as root. --Rongmu (talk) 11:23, 3 October 2013 (UTC)
BIOS and UEFI bootable USB in Windows
Maybe this applies also for Linux...
In section 1.2, where one reads:
It should be
At least with the ARCH_201311 iso...