Creating a debian "LiveUSB" distribution
First thanks a lot for your great work. Thanks to your great job, I'm able
to generate a customized liveCD in less than 30 minutes.
I'd like to create a liveUSB stick now. But I have encountered some
difficulties I have not solved yet.
In order to do that, I have done the following:
- generated an iso with make-live.
- formated my USB key (just a simple fat16 partition) with mkdosfs.
- copy some files onto the USB key. I have copied the following files:
-Install a MBR onto the boot sector with syslinux
My syslinux.cfg contains the following lines
append initrd=initrd.gz boot=casper
When I boot from my PC onto the USB key:
- The MBR is found
- syslinux is loaded
- vmlinuz is loaded
- initrd.gz is loaded
- casper is started (thanks to the boot=casper into the syslinux.cfg)
Looks good for the moment, but there is a "but".
I encounter an error in the initramfs process. When initramfs-tools launch
init-bottom it returns:
mount: Mounting /root/dev on /dev/.static/dev failed: No such file or
mount: Mounting /sys on /root/sys failed: No such file or directory
mount: Mounting /proc on /root/proc failed: No such file or directory
Is it something you have already noticed, and do you know a way to do solve
Thanks in advance for your help
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