Live-Helper USB Image Error 'syslinux'
Now I feel REAL dumb... =)
That fixed me...thank you.
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[mailto:debian-live-devel-bounces+syorke=yorkes.net at lists.alioth.debian.
org] On Behalf Of Juergen Fiedler
Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2008 1:08 PM
To: Debian Live
Subject: Re: Live-Helper USB Image Error 'syslinux'
'usb' has not been a valid option for binary-images for quite a while,
having been replaced with usb-hdd.
Are you using a relatively recent live-helper? If so, usb-hdd ought to
wok for you. If not, you should.
Hope that helps,
On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 12:41 PM, Stephen Yorke <syorke at yorkes.net>
> I have searched my archived e-Mails but have not found this error so I
> bring it to you all.
> I am trying to build a USB Image using Live-Helper but when Setting up
> SYSLINUX, I get this error:
> Unpacking syslinux (from .../syslinux_2%3a3.70+dfsg-1_i386.deb) ...
> Setup syslinux (2:3.70+dfsg-1) ...
> mkdir: cannot create directory `':No such file or directory
> I am sure someone has run into this and can help me out quickly to
> My command line for LH_CONFIG was:
> lh_config --binary-images usb --distribution lenny
> --syslinux-timeout 2
> Any help is GREATLY appreciated.
> Stephen (AKA Screwba)
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