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  • #41002

    mazen
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    dear sir

    i downloaded the usb version beta9 , i copied it to the usb stick and booted the pc from the usb but no luck.
    also i extracted the file using winrar to the usb stick and booted it also no luck.
    what is the right way to deal with the usb stick?

    10x in advance.

    #46406

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    You should download the USB image of Zeroshell on a Linux system (also Zeroshell works fine). After you have the image, plug your usb device in the system and after some seconds uses the command

    dmesg

    to understand how the system maps your USB storage (we will suppose /dev/sdc for the example).

    Write the image with the command:

    gunzip -c ZeroShell-1.0.beta9-USB-1GB.img.gz > /dev/sd_c

    Please, don’t forget to substitute /dev/sd_c with the correct device, otherwise you could damage your system. In addition, keep in mind that all files on your USB device will be destroyed.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #46407

    isac__
    Member

    Hi.

    I installed the USB version of 1GB.

    Start grub oks, but after, show-me a msg: kernel conflict (…) only function in IDE0

    somebody help-me

    Tks

    #46408

    imported_fulvio
    Participant

    I think the USB chipset of your system is not supported by the kernel modules I have preloaded in the initrd.
    Try to change the hardware.

    Regards

    Fulvio

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