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typos 04-22-2017 04:43 AM

help need
 
image and device to make it. do then an a understand. to do folder a
I you use use to am to it file Also I make Please write difficult How
too dd a linux usb? dont newbie a to loop how of mount

hydrurga 04-22-2017 05:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by typos (Post 5700570)
image and device to make it. do then an a understand. to do folder a
I you use use to am to it file Also I make Please write difficult How
too dd a linux usb? dont newbie a to loop how of mount

Hi, typos, and welcome to LQ.

I'm sorry to say but your question is very difficult to understand. Do you have someone who could help you with your English or could you try using an online translator?

Out of interest, what is your mother language?

!!! 04-22-2017 06:07 AM

Hi and welcome. Sorry to see your difficulty with English. Here is an idea to try: Google some of the concept keywords in your question and post a few links that seem relevant, and copy&paste a small amount of the text related to your question. Post some of the commands you might try, and the people here will be happy to explain and advise. Good wishes.

BW-userx 04-22-2017 09:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by typos (Post 5700570)
image and device to make it. do then an a understand. to do folder a
I you use use to am to it file Also I make Please write difficult How
too dd a linux usb? dont newbie a to loop how of mount

you want to loop a dd command to a USB Port?

USB Stick should auto mount then find the address for the stick
as Root user
Code:

blkid
now, just to do one dd command
Code:

dd if=source of=destanation
for a loop that is going to be very very tricky because you have to change out a USB Stick and now you have to do 'put and check wait states', and do an 'if device is present' before issuing another dd command to the USB Port.


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AwesomeMachine 04-22-2017 03:46 PM

Try this:
Code:

$ dd if=/home/user/isofile.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=2048
To mount the drive:
Code:

$ mount -o loop /dev/sdb /mnt/sdb
Where /dev/sdb is the USB drive and /mnt/sdb is a directory under the /mnt directory.

jamison20000e 04-22-2017 06:57 PM

Hi.

Some links if "translatable" in my signature...

have fun! :hattip:

onebuck 04-23-2017 08:55 AM

Member response
 
Hi,

Welcome to LQ!

Quote:

Originally Posted by typos (Post 5700570)
image and device to make it. do then an a understand. to do folder a
I you use use to am to it file Also I make Please write difficult How
too dd a linux usb? dont newbie a to loop how of mount

I suggest that you can use; https://translate.google.com/

Enter in the text to translate your question(left pane/window) using your native language then select translate to English. Post that result to your post for LQ.

You can use http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...#faq_lqwelcome to help you to form a post for LQ.

Hope this helps.
Have fun & enjoy!
:hattip:

jamison20000e 04-23-2017 09:22 AM

Here's one: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...t-here-654375/

dave@burn-it.co.uk 04-24-2017 06:12 AM

As suggested. Put your question into Google in your own language and it will translate it for you - or even ask here in your own language.

hydrurga 04-24-2017 06:14 AM

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Originally Posted by dave@burn-it.co.uk (Post 5701392)
As suggested. Put your question into Google in your own language and it will translate it for you - or even ask here in you own language.

It's an English-only forum, Dave. I'm sure the OP is capable of using Google Translate or some other means of translation.

dave@burn-it.co.uk 04-24-2017 06:26 AM

There is nothing to stop him posting in his own language as well if it uses the latin alphabet - he could put it in quotes.
It would be helpful to both him and us in that anyone that uses the language can help with the translation, and the rest of us just might pick up a few words of a foreign language.

hydrurga 04-24-2017 06:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dave@burn-it.co.uk (Post 5701398)
There is nothing to stop him posting in his own language as well if it uses the latin alphabet - he could put it in quotes.
It would be helpful to both him and us in that anyone that uses the language can help with the translation, and the rest of us just might pick up a few words of a foreign language.

Ah right, so when you said "or even ask here in you own language", you meant "and also post the question here in your own language". I get it. Why the Latin alphabet restriction?

dave@burn-it.co.uk 04-24-2017 06:38 AM

So the characters display correctly.
My machine struggles to display the Chinese etc. character set for example.

hydrurga 04-24-2017 06:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dave@burn-it.co.uk (Post 5701402)
So the characters display correctly.
My machine struggles to display the Chinese etc. character set for example.

Aye ok, but I'm sure it could cope with e.g. Cyrillic or Greek.

dave@burn-it.co.uk 04-24-2017 06:50 AM

It would, but I would have to reconfigure Windows to cope each time. Don't forget that each extra charcter set you need to support effectively adds an extra copy of ALL of the OS since often the important text is displayed in Window titles and messages not just the "text" output.


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