I'm trying to make a bootable usb in ubuntu for fedora, but my settings are not working.
I formatted the USB with FAT & Ext4, MBR, and Legacy BIOS bootable.
My BIOS allows the USB 3.0 controller to be turned off and for UEFI to be in CSM compatibility mode. I've tried many more combinations than above, but nothing works.
Once I format, I copy the ISO with
sudo dd if=~/Downloads/Fedora-Live-Desktop-x86_64-19-1.iso of=/dev/sdb1 bs=8M.
How can this be resolved?
I formatted FAT32 and used
unetbootin. Still won't boot.
Apparently, UEFI is MS protectionist crap. If there's a use for it, I haven't seen a single page explaining it. This should be disabled. Nevertheless, my system still says that no operating system can be found when I choose to boot from the USB.
Note: the USB data doesn't even show when UEFI is enabled. Thought it was due to the way I was formatting.
I created a 13.04 USB, and it worked no matter what except for fast boot. When UEFI is set to CSM, and SATA to IDE, ubuntu's boot looks like an old school CRT for boot and shutdown, but the desktop loads just as in UEFI.
Ubuntu's "Disks" program reports 1 parition on the entire 2gb, usb 2.0 drive:
- Partition Type: W95 FAT32 (LBA) Bootable)
- Contents: FAT (32-bit version)
gdisk reports that the usb has not been converted to GPT.
In bios, the USB drive shows up no matter what configuration is used with ubuntu. With all other methods, it's a blank entry.
dd formatting &
Using these commands, bios still cannot even see the USB drive, still a blank entry.
sudo umount /dev/sdb* sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdb sudo sync sudo dd if=Fedora-15-x86_64-netinst.iso of=/dev/sdb sudo sync