||Posted: Dec. 28 2004,19:08
|Quote (eakeller @ Nov. 23 2004,18:59)|
1. Using the Write function in WinImage, I put the bootusb-***.img file onto the USB key
2. Using IsoBuster, I then dragged the KNOPPIX directory in dsl-x.x.x.iso to the root directory of the USB key
I rebooted, and bam! Linux on a Win2k work machine. It was pretty cool. A few things I ran into:
A. It took me a while to figure out the Write function in WinImage. Be careful, this is not the same as just copying the image file to the key...
Could you explain the use of the "write" function in WinImage?
I have had a hard time getting that software to "do anything". Thanks for your time.