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Author Topic: Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?  (Read 2988 times)

Offline tlmiller

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« on: 2012/01/01, 01:42:21 »
So that I can dd it to a USB drive for installation?  I keep a bunch of 1-2 GB usb drives around to install from, and I'd prefer to install from this since it's so much faster than a DVD.

I saw a thread in the German support forum that I THINK asked this basic question, but as I only know a handful of German words...
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Offline dieres

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« Reply #1 on: 2012/01/01, 01:54:33 »
I've done it with all rc iso, so I think the release iso should also be a hybrid.

and a happy new year
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Offline devil

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« Reply #2 on: 2012/01/01, 02:03:31 »
it is of course.

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Offline tlmiller

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« Reply #3 on: 2012/01/01, 03:04:28 »
Thanks.  I figured it would be, but not everyone releases their images as a hybrid image yet, so I just wanted to verify.
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Offline DeepDayze

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« Reply #4 on: 2012/01/01, 03:31:34 »
Quote from: "tlmiller"
Thanks.  I figured it would be, but not everyone releases their images as a hybrid image yet, so I just wanted to verify.


Notably Linux Mint requires you to use Unetbootin to create bootable USB images

Nice to see siduction use dd...that makes it easy to create a bootable USB stick to install siduction with.

Offline tlmiller

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Is the 11.1 installation .iso a hybrid image?
« Reply #5 on: 2012/01/02, 00:07:25 »
Yup.  Very nice.  Got it up and running.  Replaced my Kubuntu install with Siduction, so far impressed.
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