Startup Disc Creator
ian.bruntlett at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 19:46:50 UTC 2016
On 8 September 2016 at 18:51, Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com> wrote:
> This kind of USB drives, cloned from the iso files, have a very special
> system of partitions, that is not recognized correctly by gparted. It is
> made from a 'hybrid' iso file, and should work from both a DVD disk and USB
> Another program, lsblk, is more successful. Make a very wide terminal
> window and run the command
> sudo lsblk -fm
> After all, the important thing is that the computer can boot from it, not
> that gparted can read it ;-)
Indeed. I've just finished playing around with things and my NetBook can
boot the Flash Media from all 3 of its USB ports. However, GPartEd doesn't
recognise the drive and Linux doesn't automount it so I can't have a look
at the drive's contents using a file manager.
On 8 September 2016 at 18:55, Alberto Salvia Novella <es20490446e at gmail.com>
> The flash drive is not being recognised. To quote GPartEd, "Unable to
> detect file system!".
> Does anyone else have this problem?
*Yes, I have. I thought the device was broken. Please open a new report
about it, and I will confirm and triage it for you. *
OK.. how many do you want me to create? Both GPartEd and the system in
general can't access the data on the flash drives. However, you can install
Lubuntu with them so that's OK.
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