Debian Live on a USB memory stick?
The USB stick wouldn't have a proper boot sector on it, so yes,
installing GRUB might work.
On 4/10/06, Chris Lale <email@example.com> wrote:
> I followed the wiki instructions for making a Debian Live CD with
> live-package and it worked first time! Brilliant.
> Is it possible to create a bootable Debian Live USB stick? I used cfdisk
> to format my 256MB memory stick with the Boot flag set and formatted it
> with mkfs.vfat. I copied the contents of the live/image/ directory onto
> the memory stick and tried to boot from it. I got a message saying that
> the disc was not bootable and asking me to insert a bootable floppy. Do
> I need to do something else - install Grub perhaps?
> I would be grateful for any suggestions.
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