Issues with the USB target.
Whenever I try to create a USB image (using make-life 0.99.24), a
binary.img of about the right size is dutifully created, but when I
write it to a USB stick, it becomes unbootable.
Also, should 'qemu -hda binary.img -boot c' work with that image?
Again, I get a message indicating that the drive is not bootable.
On the other hand,
cp -r binary/* /mnt/sdb1 && syslinux /dev/sdb1
(from the LIVE_ROOT) works just fine.
What am I missing here?
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