On Thu, 2015-04-02 at 23:05 +0200, Giulio 'juliuxpigface' wrote:
> Hi guys.
> I've been trying to create a USB stick with the GUI 'liveusb
> ---reset-mbr'. The ISO is "Fedora-Live-KDE-x86_64-22_Beta-TC6.iso"
> the USB stick is a new one (I'm almost sure it is sane).
> There are two final results:
> 1) The 'dd method' seems to work fine and creates a bootable device
> 2) The 'cp method' seems to work fine, but then, after booting the
> stick, I receive the message 'Missing Operative System'
> Is that an intended behavior? Have you ever experienced this issue?
> By the way, there is a similar bug report:
> But I'm sure I didn't set up an overlay.
> Kind regards.
> // Giulio (juliuxpigface)
Well, after a hour or so of testing I found that it probably was
something related to the way I formatted the USB stick's partition.
I checked with KDE's and Mate's ISO: the 'cp' method worked and
bootable devices. I also did some tests with (and without) custom
nor boot's flag.
I was not able to reproduce the issue at all. The tool behaved as it
should; so for me the case "QA:Testcase_USB_stick_Live LiveUSB-
The non-destructive luc method can indeed have varying results
depending on the existing partition table and filesystems on the
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