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Well I have been using Xubuntu 14.04 LTS with latest kernel upadets etc. Recently I tried to make different Live USB distros by Unetbootin and each time failed after tried to boot from USB in the BIOS. When I do exactly same procedure with Windows based Rufus software I had no issue at all. I think this is completely about Unetbootin bug to create Bootable ...


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The preferred way to make a bootable usb in debian is using dd. so: sudo dd if=/path_to/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/usb-mount-point will write the contents of ubuntu.iso file to usb-mount-point. You have to see where you have mounted the USB (you can use sudo fdisk -l to see (usually it will be /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc). It is important to be absolutely sure of ...


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There was infact no such issue. I somehow missed to check the file-permissions of the .iso file. Set it to exe, and then was able to boot RHEL via kvm.


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A couple of things to check: Is there enough space on the USB drive? Is the USB drive mounted? You may want to try reformatting the drive before you attempt running unetbootin beware that this will wipe the USB Drive!: sudo fdisk /dev/sdx (replace x with whatever the usb drive # is) Then type d then the ENTER Key This will delete the current ...


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UNetBootin has become less and less reliable. Use dd from the command line to create an USB bootable drive. (warning: follow the instructions correctly, not doing so may result in a loss of data) Plug in your USB stick. It will get erased, so make sure there are no important files on it. Display all drives: df -h Look for /dev/sdb or /dev/sdc. The size ...


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If you only have 4GB of ram, then 64 bit won't do any good for performance. If you plan on upgrading the ram, you might want 64 bit, but if you're not going to upgrade in the nearish future, I wouldn't bother with it. Also, for an install, I prefer an actual DVD install disk. I find them more reliable than USB drives, since more machines can boot off a ...



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