Dear Carlos, Is a sd to usb adaptator with a 4g, i perform the SD writing from linux tumbleweed. I know that i can install only one, but after fail to boot, i back to the first computer and try another with another image, even try an old image found on my disk.
I will try usb2 vs usb 3
Another question, i use "imagewriter" program ( suggested for opensuse) maybe i need try use DD tool
Thanks to all and best regards Christian
On Saturday 27 February 2021 18:02:39 Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 27/02/2021 19.21, Christian Schmitz wrote:
Hi everyone. I am having trouble booting from usb. I am trying to recover data from a notebook with windows. So i think use a live linux from opensuse. And perform the following steps:
- download a opensuse liveCD, (3 opensuse versions and others)
You can only install one. Which did you try?
I would recommend this one for rescue work:
- install the image with imagewriter to a usb with a SD memory.
an usb stick?
imagewriter on linux or windows?
- go to failed notebook select boot from usb
- Grub menu works fine.
- I select start live.....
- The system cant boot: mount /run/overlay/squashfs_container: wrong fs type on /dev/loop0 mount /run/overlay/rootfsbase: special device /LiveOS/rootfs.img does
not exist. system halted
Y try on another notebook (that work well) with the similar result. dracut: FATAL: failed to mount live ISO dracut: Refusing to continue
I'm guessing the copy to usb stick was not done right.
But just in case, if your computer has both USB 3 and 2 ports and you tried on usb3, now try usb2.