[App_rpt-users] Acid install by USB

Jesse Lloyd ve7lyd at gmail.com
Thu Mar 3 10:19:23 EST 2016


I installed DIAL via a USB stick using rufus. Works fine. You have to go into command line and mount the usb stick as /cdrom and unmount it once it attempts to setup apt. 

Cheers,
Jesse

> On Mar 3, 2016, at 6:57 AM, Steve Zingman <szingman at msgstor.com> wrote:
> 
> DIAL will support the card. I did not come up with a user friendly way to configure it. I will work more when I have time. 
> 
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>> On Mar 3, 2016, at 8:57 AM, Jon Rorke <jrorke at cogeco.ca> wrote:
>> 
>> The ACID distro was never meant for usb iso. Nobody seems to want to modify it for that and its now obsolete. So I suggest the DIAL distro which can be burned to a usb stick.
>> I dont know if it has the drivers for your wireless nic though.
>> Might have to deal with that afterwards.
>> 
>> Try it and see if it works.
>> 
>> By the way when you burn the usb stick, do a direct image burn or "DD" with Rufus.
>> 
>> Jon RQ
>> 
>>> On 3/2/2016 3:19 PM, Jim Frederick wrote:
>>> trying to install Acid to an HP Thin Client 5740E, vis a usb and I get a "unable to download the kickstart file"
>>> I have tried all kinds of different installers (rufus, isotousb, unetbootin, ect) but all come up with the same error
>>> the other option was to to recompile , if that is what they want, but it suggested to change a line of code in the .iso file...way above my head at the moment. Any ideas?
>>> 
>>> Just trying to get an Allstar node to run wirelessly using this HP 5740E, which does have a built in 2.4/5.6 Ghz.wireless card
>>> 
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