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Old 01-07-2020, 01:47 PM   #1
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Question Me no understand how to use sudo parted -l for Bodhi installation with cmder


Hi there ! As you can see in the installation instructions for Bodhi: ''To inspect your drives, insert your USB drive and in the terminal type. I use cmder on Windows 7, and I saw upon researching that it is a Linux command. But this is my first time, so obviously I do not have Linux. So what can I do ?
 
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Welcome to LinuxQuestions.

The instructions show two ways to create a bootable flash drive and the instructions you posted are from step 2) Command Line ‘dd’ Method are for if you already running a linux system.

Follow the instructions in step 1) Unetbootin Method, Download Unetbootin for Windows if not already accomplished and follow the instructions. Once this is accomplished you are ready to go to II and boot your flash drive.
 
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Welcome to LinuxQuestions.

The instructions show two ways to create a bootable flash drive and the instructions you posted are from step 2) Command Line ‘dd’ Method are for if you already running a linux system.

Follow the instructions in step 1) Unetbootin Method, Download Unetbootin for Windows if not already accomplished and follow the instructions. Once this is accomplished you are ready to go to II and boot your flash drive.
Thank you, I will do just that.
 
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