I don't have a clue about how to make a Live CD
HarzVieh wrote:I don't have a clue about how to make a Live CD
Well.. it's not that difficult. Just be sure you have enough space, and do not change the destination path, then it will be created in "File system". You can't delete it for some reason, and normally if you install some additional progs it will be bigger than 700 mb, so I burn it on an DVD. Not all burn programs can burn an DVD ISO, K3B probably will do it, I assume.. If the window comes for additional CLI input, let it just blank.. and you can check the "integrate the MD5 sum in the iso" box, then you can do "check the media" by boot, with your remaster..
n8oay wrote:It probably is a kernel issue. I tried the KDE PCLinuxOS 2009.2 and had the same problem. Then I started searching elsewhere and found the same problem with the same laptop on the Ubuntu forum http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1305576 and then found this http://email@example.com/msg27765.html I don't have a clue about how to make a Live CD so I will leave trying a newer kernal up to the PCLOS development team. If anyone else can make a Live CD for me with the newer kernel and post it someplace where I can download it, I will try it and report back with results.
Thanks for the help!
Welcome to the KNOPPIX live GNU/Linux on DVD!
Running Linux Kernel 2.6.19.
Total Memory available: 2851852kb. Memory free: 2839000kb.
Scanning for USB/Firewire devices...Done.
Can't find KNOPPIX file system, sorry.
Dropping you to a (very limited) shell.
Press reset button to quit.
Additional built in commands available:
cat mount umount
inamod rmmod lsmod
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