No it's not a local issue but is intentional. Remember Moblin is aimed at netbooks and there are no netbooks with optical drives. To use the .raw file you need to 'dd' it to a USB stick and then boot from that.
I would recommend using the .raw file found in KIWI-oem as it it will fit on a 2GB stick, and is designed as a recovery image. Be warned though that you will have no partitioning option, and you will loose all data when you install it.
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Andrew Wafaa, openSUSE Member: FunkyPenguin
From: Peter Czanik
Sent: 22/08/2009 14:03:12
To: Andrew Wafaa
Subject: Re: [opensuse-goblin] iso
2009-08-22 00:07 keltezéssel, Andrew Wafaa írta:
> OK so the OBS gods have been fairly kind to me, and after a few subtle
> errors and several typos I managed to fix things. If you do an 'osc
> up' you should be able to get things going. I'm not saying it's
> perfect, but it is certainly better.
bigone111:/local/tmp/moblin/Moblin:Images/Image-opensuse # ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1276741359 Aug 22 14:21
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1137536866 Aug 22 13:56
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 74 Aug 22 14:34
Is it a local problem, or this kiwi file really does not generate an iso
file? How can I use this "raw" file?
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