cannot boot from usb stick
I'm currently testing the latest DLS (kde version) and I would find very
useful to boot it from my usb stick, but I tried without success.
I currently can boot a remastered knoppix from the stick, and grub works
I set up the stick (1 GB) with 3 partitions: in the first there's the
/boot dir for grub and all the kernels and initrds I need, in the third
there's the knoppix structure, and I use the second for saving files and
now I copied the kernel and initrd from the DLS image to the /boot dir,
and the casper dir with the rootfs in the second partition, but at the
boot I get "Begin: Waiting for root filesystem... ..."
clearly it can't find the fs: I thought I needed an option by which to
tell the kernel where to find the rootfs, and I tried with boot=casper
(copied from isolinux.cfg), root=/dev/ram0, BOOT=usb (from an old post
in this list), root=/dev/sda2 (this doesn't have much sense, indeed),but
has anyone any idea?
thanks in advice, and sorry for my bad english
great work :-)
I love this project, and when I'll be graduate I think I'll find some
time to help in some way.