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RE: [trinity-users] live flashdrive with exegnu (or something)

From: Felmon Davis <davisf@...>
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2015 00:50:51 -0400 (EDT)
On Mon, 29 Jun 2015, Alexandre wrote:

> (Sorry for top-posting; I'm on my phone)
> I suggest you to use Unetbootin. This utility let you transfer 
> almost any LiveCd to a usb key and make it bootable. Please note 
> that sometimes it doesn't work on first try.

yes, I know unetbootin; the issue is getting the wifi firmware to run.

> On this website, in the download section, you will be able to find a 
> selection of livecd. If you use my PCLinuxOS remaster, all the 
> needed firmwares are installed stock. Probably on the Ubuntu livecd 
> too.

ok, I may settle for PCL but my preference would be to know how to 
integrate the firmware into the livecd and use exegnu. I'll avoid 
Ubuntu in any case.


> Good luck!
> -Alexandre
>> Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2015 18:29:57 -0400
>> From: davisf@...
>> To: trinity-users@...
>> Subject: [trinity-users] live flashdrive with exegnu (or something)
>> greets!
>> I'm using David Hare's exegnu with Jessie but for this purpose
>> anything Trinity-esque will do.
>> I'd like to make a live flashdrive that will be wifi-ready so it's got
>> to have the atheros firmware. not quite sure how to achieve this.
>> doing up a live flashdrive is easy, it's getting the non-free firmware
>> stuff to run that's the problem.
>> quick tips?
>> f.
>> --
>> Felmon Davis
>> Inside every old person is a young person...  Wondering what the heck
>> happened.
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