On 04/29/16 06:26, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Has liveusb-creator been replaced by Fedora Media Writer?
I'm having difficulty installing Knoppix on a stick with the latter,
although I had no problem installing an older version of Knoppix
on the same USB stick with liveusb-creator some time ago.
The copy now completes without error, but the stick is not seen
as a bootable device, and re-booting my ThinkPad T510
ignores the USB stick, and goes to the usual kernel menu.
I read that Fedora Media Writer is able to restore a USB stick
to factory setting, but I see no way to do this.
Any suggestions gratefully received.
Not sure I understand your query....
[egreshko@meimei ~]$ dnf whatprovides /usr/bin/liveusb-creator
Last metadata expiration check: 1 day, 19:40:46 ago on Wed Apr 27 11:11:05 2016.
liveusb-creator-3.93.3-1.fc23.noarch : Fedora Media Writer
Repo : @System
So, isn't liveusb-creator=Fedora Media Writer ?
In reality, some people should stick to running Windows and others should stay away from