On 03/01/2012 10:39 PM, raymonde wrote:
> Does anyone know how to install a build on a netbook without a cd drive?
> Since many People today have netbooks without cd drives (me too) I am
> wondering how to do this.
> Of course I can run a usb live version on a netbook, but that is still very
If you have a live system just add yast2-liveinstaller to your build.
Once the system is running you can can run the live-installer to install
the system on your netbook.
You can also create an oem image and then dump it on to the drive of the
2 options here, put the oem image, .raw file on a stick and have alive
stick, then while running the live system dump the .raw file to the
drive of the netbook
On 03/05/2012 07:19 AM, raymonde wrote:
> Is it possible to get the source code for the usb "image writer" ??
> I read here that it's open source,
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SUSE_Studio_ImageWriter >
> but since I can't find it via google I'm thinking that might be wrong.
> Hi Robert, i has a LiveCD (.iso file) from my SuseStudio bulid, and i want
> install over network. i did this
> - Share my LiveCD with NFS (Windows 2008 Server R2), the iso and extract the
> - Boot the client machine using a Net Installation from Suse
> - Point of the repositories to NFS folder.
> But it dont work....the installation does not recognize the repositories
A live image is NOT a repository, i.e. it does not contain any packages.
The live system can only be installed with the yast2-live-installer when
the system is running.
> is it possible?? because after i can install over network, i want boot the
> client with PXE...and made this installation....without any CD/DVD´s
If you want a PXE environment you need to build a PXE image.
Robert Schweikert MAY THE SOURCE BE WITH YOU
SUSE-IBM Software Integration Center LINUX
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