Thanks, but this does not seem to solve the problem.
Once I put the live on part 1, as suggested, it will be written as
read only. And the grub.conf
is there, so it seems that again I will not be able to write to it as
part 1 is read only.
Or am I wrong ?
On Sat, Apr 16, 2016 at 2:24 PM, g <geleem(a)bellsouth.net> wrote:
> On 04/16/16 05:27, Kevin Wilson wrote:
>> After copying an ISO of fedora 23 x86_64 into a USB key with the dd
>> command, everything is fine - I can boot with that USB
>> However, there is one machine where I have to use nosmp so that it
>> will boot. There is some hw problem with this issue but
>> this machine is only for simple tests so I don't mind that it will
>> work as a non SMP machine,
>> So I want to change the grub of the USB disk on key (add "nosmp" to
>> the kernel command line)
>> When I boot into fedora from hard disk and try to mount it, it is
>> mounted as read-only. Also specifying "rw" and a boot options does not
>> it - it refuses to do so:
>> mount /dev/sdc1 -o rw /mnt/sdc1
>> Failed to execute operation: Access denied.
>> Any ideas if there is anything I can do make this USB read-write ? or
>> is there a way to perapare Live Fedora USB key so that it could be
>> mounted from the Hard Disk as read-write ?
> consider partitioning usb. live on part 1, format part 2, mount part 2
> after part 1 is up.
> peace out.
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