[lubuntu-users] Boot Lubuntu from USB bios & uefi
israeldahl at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 18:59:08 UTC 2016
On 11/30/2016 12:48 PM, Wilbert Heeringa wrote:
> Dear all,
> For a course in Ivory Coast I want to distribute USB sticks with
> Lubuntu Linux and a Docker container inside. Docker works only for 64
> bits OS, so I need a 64 bits version.
> Since I don't know whether the students' computers work with BIOS or
> UEFI, it would be great to create bootable pendrives that work for any
> I studied a bit about syslinux and found this very complicated, and
> also very risky. This is simply too much for me.
> I looked around further and found this site:
> with a repository of images at:
> made by Phil Whiteside. That looks wonderful. My question is now: is
> there also a 64 bit version available? For some it is explicitely
> indicated that they are meant for i386 (so I should not use them), but
> I feel unsure about the other ones.
> Also: we buy either 8GB or 16 GB pendrives. Which image would work best?
> Best regards,
Nio Wiklund has a great tool called mkusb which can definitely handle that.
You can also create custom images and install them using his wonderful
tools zmktbl and OBI. I suggest starting a conversation with Nio!
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