Installation from usbdisk
I have problem with installation slackware from usbdisk.
I prepare my pendrive using LinuxLive USB Creator 2.8.23.
Slackware setup launching very good but in SOURCE MEDIA SELECTION have a big problem.
In the Internet I search this instruction
""Boot the machine using the USB drive.
Before running setup, look up (with fdisk -l) which device your USB drive is. When installing, choose "Install from a Slackware CD or DVD". Then select the "manual" option, then the "custom" option. Enter /dev/sdX1 (as shown by "fdisk -l") and installation will proceed as when installing from a DVD. "
and I follow then.
I use source /dev/sdb1 and when press ENTER i have MOUNT ERROR.
Thanks for help
On any Slackware install dvd (or cd I guess), you will find a directory called 'usb-and-pxe-installers'. Inside that you will find a script called 'usbimg2disk.sh'. Use that to create your Boot-USB device.
when I installed from USB I booted from the USB then, before I ran the installer, I created a directory under /mnt/ called something like /mnt/install then mounted the USB stick there. Then from the installer, selected the option to install from a pre-mounted directory.
I learned this from a thread on here but I can't find that thread now.
Thanks for reply :)
work in my computer solution with mounted disk in /mnt/install and with this solution i have new problem.
In PACKAGE SERIES SELECTION I have only A Base Linux system :/
installation ending in few seconds
after few try I see all option in PACKAGE ....
but installation in my computer spanned 5-10s and don't work
change my source to hard disk and write /dev/sdb1 and follow /slackware.
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