I've successfully installed via usb using both the gnome and xfce live cd on
my acer aspire one so I'm relatively certain this is not a bug.
On Aug 26, 2009 1:12 PM, "Arthur Pemberton" <pemboa(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I recently purchased a "Acer - Aspire One Netbook AO751H-1346" which
comes without an optical drive.
The following installation methods via USB drive failed:
- Live (gnome)
- netboot.iso to disk as live image
I eventually got an 8GB usb drive, and following instructions to
create two partitions, installing boot.iso to the first, and placing
the DVD iso on the second partition -- I'm not a big fan of the DVD
install -- but it worked.
Definition of "failed" : BIOS seems to successfully pass off execution
to the boot loader on the USB drive, then display goes white. Pressing
any key causes "press [Tab] key to change options" message to scroll
by under the white screen. Booting of Live image shows no sign of
continuing to boot. And everything is unresponsive until restart.
I tried 3 USB drives of various ages.
This is currently the only Fedora list that I am on, and I am not sure
what component I should file a bug against, yet I think that this is
an important enough problem to follow up on.
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