Re: dd a live image and create a second partition
On 03/02/2011 10:10 AM, Charles Russell wrote:
> Ben Armstrong wrote:
> you might just want to leave any existing partition on your stick
> intact, copy the necessary files over to it from the live image, and
> then syslinux the stick to make it bootable.
> Perhaps this should be added to the manual, to replace:
> If you want to use this data partition with Windows, use FAT32.
> # mkfs.vfat -F 32
> which won't in fact work with Windows.
Then I suggest we simply drop this point.
Manually assembling a working USB stick from parts is an "advanced"
topic that doesn't really belong in this chapter.