Re: Documenting USB install
maybe one should mention the following points in an
- The whole isohybrid aspect can be removed by zeroing
the first 32 kB of the image.
Then it is a conventional CD bootable ISO image.
This solved the problem to mount on "Snow Leopard" systems.
- The start address of partition 1 on USB stick may be
changed from disk block 64 to disk block 0, but not to
A partition start at block 0 will make it look like an
image produced by the isohybrid tool of SYSLINUX.
(Afaik, this was not tested with the "Snow Leopard"
- One may add parttions to the USB stick which begin after
the end of partition 1. These may be formatted with
rw filesystems like FAT or ext2.
Caution: Do not use xorriso to add sessions to the
ISO image then ! This would kill the other
Have a nice day :)