No, that's the message I get. Ok, perhaps it's not so ugly to look at :) - but I
mean ugly in the sense that the boot process is still trying to load up a persistence
overlay even though it's not referred to in the boot parameters.
I just wondered if there was a "proper" method to disable the overlay, so the
boot process won't try to load one, eg overlay=none, nooverlay etc
I'm setting up a multiboot usb stick with x86/x64 liveCD images, and an option in each
to boot with or without persistence. I'd like it to look as clean as possible as I may
be distributing to slightly skeptical colleagues.
--- On Fri, 13/6/08, Jeroen van Meeuwen <kanarip(a)kanarip.com> wrote:
From: Jeroen van Meeuwen <kanarip(a)kanarip.com>
Subject: Re: [Fedora-livecd-list] Disabling the Persistence Layer at boot time (LiveCD on
Date: Friday, 13 June, 2008, 10:31 AM
James Gallagher wrote:
> I have been doing this by editing syslinux.cfg and
adding an entry with the overlay parameter removed from the
initrd line (Or pressing tab at boot and deleting the
parameter). This boots up ok but generates an ugly error
message about not being able to find the persistence layer.
Is "Unable to find persistance" really that nasty
of an error -it's like
the "unable to find a suspend signature on a swap
are you getting another type of message?
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