tomeu at sugarlabs.org
Fri Jun 5 04:54:34 EDT 2009
On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 17:14, <joglo at juno.com> wrote:
> Am running Fedora 10 and want to create a Sugar On A Stick. Have a 4 GB
> stick plugged into the computer's USB bus. Have Added the "liveusb
> creator" software package (from the Fedora 10 list of packages) and run
> it. On the second try, the Live USB Creator window appears with the
> Download Fedora
> Fedora 10 (686)
> Target Device
> /dev/sdc1 (Cruzer)
> Downloading F10-i686 -Live iso...
> Download complete!
> Verifying file system ...
> Verifying ISO MDS checksum ...
> Verifying SHA1 of LiveCD image ...
> Extracting live image to USB device ...
> Setting up OLPC boot file ...
> Installing bootloader ...
> Complete (0:03:27)
> Even though the log says Complete (0:03:27) an activity band, at the base
> of the dialog window (with a blue runner) continues active. I also can
> see the computer's (disk activity???) light flashing periodically. I let
> it run for an hour then shut the computer off manually.
> Following this I turned the computer on and when I looked at the Boot
> Menu (my computer has two discs; one runs the Vista operating system and
> the other runs Fedora 10) An item has been added to the Boot Menu (the
> USB stick). I clicked on it and next saw a screen which said simply
> "Boot error". Below was a blinking cursor. I don't know what to at this
> Can you help me?
the problem you have doesn't seem related to Sugar at all. As the
Sugar community is much smaller than Fedora's, I recommend you that
try to reproduce the problem with official fedora builds and use their
support channels to get help.
If official fedora builds work but soas images not, then please ping us back.
Please let us know if you have trouble contacting the fedora community.
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