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  1. #1
    Linux Guru jmadero's Avatar
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    Jul 2007

    OpenSuse on USB from Ubuntu

    Hi All,

    Trying to get OpenSuse on a USB for the live distro. I am following these instructions:

    openSUSE Tutorials

    When I reboot it goes to the OpenSuse screen, I push "Live Distro" or whatever option it has and then it goes to the loading screen. Unfortunately it sticks here for about 2-3 minutes then just reboots into my Ubuntu from my HDD.

    Any ideas? Thanks all
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    Linux Newbie Charles4809's Avatar
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    Nov 2008
    Utrecht, NL
    You can use unetbootin to make your USB.
    I read a nice article about it, but did not test it myself yet.
    This way you should be able to set up any distro you want, as long as you have an iso available.
    But OpenSuse can be DLed from the internet straigt away to your USB, if I understand the article well.
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