On 06/10/2015 01:19 AM, Ron Leach wrote:
On 09/06/2015 19:58, ToddAndMargo wrote:
> On 06/09/2015 11:43 AM, ToddAndMargo wrote:
>> AFTER the first suscessful boot, to force the stick to scan for new
>> hardware on each boot, edit dracut:
>> And to keep dracut updates from overwriting the above line into
> Tip: when setting up you flash drives partitions, tell the
> drive installer you want to do it yourself, switch from LVM
> to standard partition, then tell it it to automatically
> partition for you. User user account, user the same
> user name and group id as your base system. That
> way you can plug the stick into your running base
> system, mount the stick as a flash drive, and transfer
> files back and forth to it like any other flash drive.
> There is a way to do this with an LVM partition, but
> it is a pain in the ...
Todd, two useful tips, thank you, I might give this a try.
Seeing your earlier postings about F22 not installing onto a stick, I
should try with F21, shouldn't I?
FC22 Xfce doesn't install properly, but FC22 Gnome does.
Just open a command prompt in Gnome, elevate to root, and
dnf groupinstall Xfce
Log out, enter your user name, then there will be a pull
down to tell it you want Xfce.
This is what I did.