On 09/03/2010 10:26 PM, Narendra Sisodiya wrote:Unetbootin is Good.. BUT WINDOW is CRAp WINDOW is CRAP....
I gave linux usb to my office friend. He says that he is unable
usb. I checked and he was correct. I wrote again and again no
Later I found that he was inserting USB and then restarting the
operating system. The moment he insert usb, windows virus create
.ini files and make that USB unbootable.
This is totally crappy news. I wanted to introduce SchoolOS live
USB and now many users will be not be able to use it just because of crappy
Nilesh, In that case CDFS is better.I think booting section must
CDFS so that nobody can temper booting process.
I am thinking that if it is possible to make 2 partition , then
linux on CDFS and then mount home directory on other may solve
Yes, it is possible. This is the main difference between how linux &
windows treat usb storage. In windows (at least upto xp), it will read only the first primary
partition. Others are ignored (there may be some crook way out for
that, I don't know). In linux, it's just another hard disk, so you can do with it
whatever you can do with an internal hard disk.
so, are you saying that if we can make a 8mb partition first , it may
solve this problem,