[Grml] installing on a usb stick

Maurice McCarthy moss at mythic-beasts.com
Thu Dec 4 02:47:57 CET 2008


In my humble experience, grml2hd is usually best installed from a running
system. That way you can make xorg.conf hardware specific for example.
>From the sound of it grml2usb would suit you better.


> I have an 8 GB usb stick on which I would like to install grml.
> Does anyone have recommendations regarding the use of grml2hd vs.
> grml2usb?
> Using Ubuntu's usb-creator, I got a system that would boot on my desktop,
> but not on my x61 thinkpad ...
> Thanks.
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