Joined: Oct. 2006
||Posted: Oct. 16 2006,01:17
First, let me say that DSL is excellent - it truly proves that size doesn't matter. It's run wonderfully, when I've been able to get it to run. I'd also like to apologize if this has been asked before.
I had some trouble, initially, getting DSL set up on my Pen Drive; for some reason, I couldn't get the "Install to USB Pen Drive" option from within DSL to produce a working install, but I was able to get it to work by following a method I saw posted here.. this topic, I believe. I'm still having a small problem, however, and that is that I can't get it to work on my own computer.
My computer does support USB booting, and it does recognize the drive as bootable. But, when I choose the option to boot from the drive, it says it cannot find the kernel. I haven't had this problem on any other USB-boot compatible computer, though - it loads up, no problems whatever.
I'm also having trouble running it from within my OS - I use Fedora Core 5. It usually says it doesn't recognize the command, or nothing at all happens.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks again.