On 04/10/2016 02:28 PM, Porfirio Andres Paiz Carrasco wrote:
On Apr 10, 2016 3:19 PM, "Samuel Sieb" <samuel(a)sieb.net
> On 04/10/2016 01:45 PM, Mike Wright wrote:
>> Since the ISOs copy onto the raw drive, I don't think partitioning is an
>> option. dd can copy data on and off but I'd like something more
>> generally usable. Anybody think of a way to put a filesystem onto one
>> of these things starting at e.g. 2G? If so, how could/would it be made
>> accessible to file managers like thunar, nautilus, cli tools, etc.
> At least with Fedora ISOs, you can use livecd-iso-to-disk to extract
the ISO onto a normal partition and still be bootable. Then you can use
the rest of the space for whatever you want.
In the past I have had problems when booting from a usb created with
live-usb-creator in the non-destructive mode when booting on uefi mode,
Does livecd-iso-to disk usbs works on uefi mode?
If you use the --efi option, then livecd-iso-to-disk sets it up so it
works with both UEFI and BIOS modes. This is what I use when I'm not
using PXE for installing. You do need to make sure you use the --format
option one time first. After that, you can put different versions on
the drive without formatting again.