Re: live-build standardt iso image don't boot
2011/11/27 Eric Crastes <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi all
> I played with live-package and live-helper some years ago.
> I stopped because I was not able to obtain what I want at this moment (not
> the fault of the tool)
> Today, I come back to try live-build.
> So I installed it on my machine, start to read the manual and try the first
> $lb config
> #lb build
> So far so good, I obtain an iso image !
> I tried to start it in VirtualBox, I had the menu but impossible to boot :-(
> When I open the iso image, I found the script 'live.cfg'
>> default live
>> label live
>> menu label ^Live
>> menu default
>> kernel /live/vmlinuz
>> append initrd=/live/initrd.img boot=live config
> But in the folder /live files are named :
> my config:
> Debian testing amd64
> live-build 3.0~a39-1
> debootstrap 1.0.37
> Is it normal ?
> How can I solve this issue ?
Once i've found that the partition of the usb drive was lacking the
flag 'boot' .
Enabling it with cfdisk fixed the issue. Perhaps this is problem.