[FOSDEM] Borrow CD drive?
joost at ringoot.org
Fri Feb 5 23:24:41 CET 2010
To be honest, I never tried unetbootin.
Here however is described how to use an iso-image to install any OS with
I had a lot of success, also on LVM partioned servers with RAID 1, I cloned
one dell Pizabox with Centos to another pizza box, with this nifty thingy:
It was darn flawless and easy.
They describe a way to manually put the image on an USB stick, but this may
help even better:
But I guess you don't have an iso image of windows XP
BTW: are you sure you want to use windows XP on Fosdem?
Try Ubuntu, imho, the first Linux distro that is really easier in all
aspects (install, driver support, multimedia support, etc...) than Windows.
Reading that people consider to come with Windows to Fosdem, I believe that
there is need for a classic Linux install fest:
2010/2/5 David Baines <david_baines at sil.org>
> I saw that it runs on windows, but can it make a bootable windows disk?
> Could you point me to directions for doing that, I tried it yesterday, and
> it didn't seem to work.
> I think that the problem may have been to do with having an OEM version of
> Very many thanks,
> Joost Ringoot wrote:
> look again, it works also with netbsd and freebsd and (Curse alert!!!)...
> 2010/2/5 Andrew Stormont <andyjstormont at googlemail.com>
>> Unetbookin only works with Linux :\
>> On 5 February 2010 14:38, Ewald Tienkamp <ewald at tienkamp.nl> wrote:
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>>> The following was received from Andrew Stormont, on 02/05/10 14:29:
>>> > My CD drive has died on me (been burning CD's all night) and I still
>>> need to
>>> > get an OS installed on my Netbook, for my stall.
>>> If it's just about that install on your netbook, you could use
>>> UNetbootin to create a bootable usb-drive:
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>>> Ewald Tienkamp
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