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Old 04-09-2008, 08:38 AM
altern
 
Default studio live from a USB?

hi all

is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be able
to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to get
Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB and
then upgrade to Studio.

thanks for tips

enrike

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Old 04-09-2008, 09:25 AM
 
Default studio live from a USB?

On Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:38:20 +0200
altern <altern2@gmail.com> wrote:

> hi all
>
> is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
> drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be
> able to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to
> get Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB
> and then upgrade to Studio.
>
> thanks for tips
>
> enrike
>

There is and probably won't be a live-CD Version of ubuntu studio, but
I would guess that the ubuntu studio dvd could be booted from a
usb-stick in the same way.
I've never done that, but there are probably lots of guides around.

Installing normal ubuntu and adding the studio stuff would probably work
as well, I don't know if there are any differences besides the
additional packages that you will get with a default ubuntu install.

Philipp

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Old 04-09-2008, 10:16 AM
altern
 
Default studio live from a USB?

>> is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
>> drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be
>> able to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to
>> get Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB
>> and then upgrade to Studio.
>>
>> thanks for tips
>>
>> enrike
>>
>
> There is and probably won't be a live-CD Version of ubuntu studio, but
> I would guess that the ubuntu studio dvd could be booted from a
> usb-stick in the same way.
> I've never done that, but there are probably lots of guides around.
>
> Installing normal ubuntu and adding the studio stuff would probably work
> as well, I don't know if there are any differences besides the
> additional packages that you will get with a default ubuntu install.

thanks i am trying this second option after following this howto to set
the USB bootable drive.
http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2007/09/28/usb-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon-install/

then I will try this
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/UpgradingFromGutsy

I think this will work fine. if i get any problems I will post the
errors and solutions here.

thanks

enrike

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Old 04-09-2008, 06:20 PM
altern
 
Default studio live from a USB?

>>> is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
>>> drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be
>>> able to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to
>>> get Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB
>>> and then upgrade to Studio.
>>>
>>> thanks for tips
>>>
>>> enrike
>>>
>>
>> There is and probably won't be a live-CD Version of ubuntu studio, but
>> I would guess that the ubuntu studio dvd could be booted from a
>> usb-stick in the same way.
>> I've never done that, but there are probably lots of guides around.
>>
>> Installing normal ubuntu and adding the studio stuff would probably work
>> as well, I don't know if there are any differences besides the
>> additional packages that you will get with a default ubuntu install.
>
> thanks i am trying this second option after following this howto to set
> the USB bootable drive.
> http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2007/09/28/usb-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon-install/
>
>
> then I will try this
> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/UpgradingFromGutsy
>
> I think this will work fine. if i get any problems I will post the
> errors and solutions here.

it all worked fine following those howtos.

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Old 04-09-2008, 07:14 PM
jth1
 
Default studio live from a USB?

I have built a UbuntuStudio live DVD by installing**

a a Ubuntu livecd (gotta use this, the text installer

doesn't have the necessary files), then installing ubuntstudio

meta-package, and Remastersys from the ubuntu repos.

It works as long as you don't have a proprietary video driver

such as Nvidia, then boot falls into busybox.* The same

procedure should work by installing the resulting .iso

from Remastersys to a usb stick.* Mine came out over

1 GB, so I couldnt test it on my usb stick.

Hope this gets you pointed in the right direction,good luck.



* Jim Hayes



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Date: Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:38:20 +0200
From: altern <altern2@gmail.com>
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hi all

is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be able
to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to get
Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB and
then upgrade to Studio.

thanks for tips

enrike



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Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 11:25:32 +0200
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To: ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com
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On Wed, 09 Apr 2008 10:38:20 +0200
altern <altern2@gmail.com> wrote:



hi all

is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be
able to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to
get Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB
and then upgrade to Studio.

thanks for tips

enrike




There is and probably won't be a live-CD Version of ubuntu studio, but
I would guess that the ubuntu studio dvd could be booted from a
usb-stick in the same way.
I've never done that, but there are probably lots of guides around.

Installing normal ubuntu and adding the studio stuff would probably work
as well, I don't know if there are any differences besides the
additional packages that you will get with a default ubuntu install.

Philipp



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Date: Wed, 09 Apr 2008 12:16:43 +0200
From: altern <altern2@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: studio live from a USB?
To: Ubuntu Studio Users Help and Discussion
<ubuntu-studio-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Message-ID: <47FC978B.9000405@gmail.com>
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is if possible to have Ubuntu Stidio as a liveCD booting from a USB
drive? I have a laptop with no cd drive. That would be nice to be
able to install the system there. Otherwise I guess the best way to
get Studio there would be to install normal Ubuntu from livecd on USB
and then upgrade to Studio.

thanks for tips

enrike



There is and probably won't be a live-CD Version of ubuntu studio, but
I would guess that the ubuntu studio dvd could be booted from a
usb-stick in the same way.
I've never done that, but there are probably lots of guides around.

Installing normal ubuntu and adding the studio stuff would probably work
as well, I don't know if there are any differences besides the
additional packages that you will get with a default ubuntu install.



thanks i am trying this second option after following this howto to set
the USB bootable drive.
http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2007/09/28/usb-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon-install/

then I will try this
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/UpgradingFromGutsy

I think this will work fine. if i get any problems I will post the
errors and solutions here.

thanks

enrike



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