Building an install disk on a USB key manually or using unetbootin
I actually did follow this as the manual attempt at getting it to work;
unsuccessfully. I probably should have clarified it better in my
The USB boots, I get the install menu, the USB drivers, etc. are
installed and then I am prompted for the location of the iso. Once I
select the location and then the actual iso, the install aborts.
On 07/23/2010 04:25 AM, John Doe wrote:
> From: David<firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Has anyone successfully built a USB key for installing centos5.5 either
>> manually or using a tool like unetbootin?
>> I am trying to create one using the 64bit install DVD iso and so far the
>> USB either won't boot (unetbootin) or the installation aborts after I
>> select the iso location on the USB key (manual).
> Either you can do most of it "manualy" (and learn a few things),
> or you use others scripts/programs (seeAlternatives at the bottom)...
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