creating 1 bootable + 1 storage partition on thumb drive
i have an 8GB thumbdrive that i want to install fedora live on, as well as have a partition that i can use for storage on other systems (so i can still treat the thumb drive as a thumb-drive when i dont want to boot off of it).
so i need 2 partitions, 1 bootable linux partition, and 1 that i can use when i plug the thumbdrive into a windows/os x/already running linux box.
i ran fdisk, created 2 primary partitions
- both were set to vfat (i think this was the 'c' code in fdisk)
- the first partition was toggled as bootable.
then i ran:
/sbin/mkdosfs -F 32 -n fc13live /dev/sdc1
/sbin/mkdosfs -F 32 -n usbstorage /dev/sdc2
then i tried using liveusb-creator on sdc1. it installed my FC13 live 686 iso on it, but when i boot up, i get the message "isolinux.bin missing or corrupt"
what am i doing wrong? how can i get this image on that first partition so it boots up properly?