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- Subject: Re: [SliTaz] VDI?
- From: Phoenix Soul <phoenixlight101@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 10 May 2020 11:51:08 -0700
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I didn't try burning the Slitaz, i renamed to exe form, and run it on windows. Unless... Im supposed to burn the slitaz exe to the usb via rufus?
Only guessing at what part you are stuck on but in my experience with uefi hardware was that unless I enabled a setting in the bios known as legacy boot the uefi wont see it and will blow past in in boot sequence. That is one option. The other is to make a uefi boot entry in the bios for the usb stick.
I am guessing you are using Slitaz 5 rolling? It is a efi capable iso from what I hear but I am not all that familiar with installing. If there is to be a reboot action and to boot to the usb for the install it may be worth enabling legacy boot in bios or the other path of making a boot entry for it in uefi potion of bios.
Not sure if this helps....
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Like the slitaz will not find the USB, even though I remounted it.
Um, my computer uses UEFI BIOS.
I have no experience with slitaz in exe form but I am guessing you renamed iso to exe and when rebooting the usb is not getting recognized?
Is your computer efi based?