Info: I am running Kali Linux on my MacBook Air using Mac Linux USB Loader. Replacing the optical drive with a HD/SSD, would that allow me to boot (Linux) from it? -Serge Reply Justin P September 11, 2013 at 6:08 pm I'm just a guy who DO NOT RUN makeboot.bat from your local hard drive! Reply Justin Pot August 3, 2013 at 3:30 am No idea why a large drive wouldn't boot.
Ensure that the partition starts on a cylinder boundary. Everything seems to install fine on the thumb drive, I even tried the "blessed" version of the USB loader, but the Macbook Pro just won't boot from it... Thanks for your work! For the first partition this is usually sector 63. http://www.pendrivelinux.com/error-could-not-find-kernel-image-linux/
https://github.com/SevenBits/Mac-Linux-USB-Loader/wiki/Frequently-Asked-Questions I don't know what else to try, except possibly waiting for an update. This is the default for most USB flash drives. Very very cool, and exactly what I needed to find after 4 or 5 hours of trawling the internet and formatting my USB umpteen zillion times for various ways to get
Reply Jim Trapp July 14, 2013 at 1:53 pm Thanks very much for this software. When you hear the Mac “Chime”, press and hold the “Option/Alt” key. Thx. Could Not Find Kernel Image Linux Vmware Carlos M 20 September 2012 at 10:58 pm Thank you so much!
I, however, would leave the optical drive in place so that you can boot Linux distributions that don't work with Mac Linux USB Loader. Could Not Find Kernel Image Ubuntu Reply Justin Pot February 6, 2015 at 3:06 pm I'm glad this was helpful for you! What are my options to boot into a (persistent) Linux on a 2011 13" MBP? http://www.pendrivelinux.com/use-qemu-to-boot-linux-from-windows/ gparted, parted, fdisk, cfdisk or sfdisk) to create a partition with a size of 300 MB or more.
Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Could Not Find Kernel Image Pxe Boot You'll need to install non-free drivers to get it working (hint: the wireless cards are largely Broadcom devices). Furthermore, your hard drive... Cory June 28, 2013 at 2:17 pm Found out what it was!
And I would not have been able to were it not for this article and the wonderful software Mac Linux USB Loader. http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_Kodibuntu_from_a_USB_drive When I ran syslinux.exe -maf G:, I got a much more informative message, or at least one that I could better understand: this doesn't look like a valid FAT filesystem. How To Fix Could Not Find Kernel Image Linux Error I'm thinking (internal) optibay, (external) TB, FW, ... Could Not Find Kernel Image Windows 7 Reply Tom September 15, 2013 at 2:18 pm Apologies - formatting was lost - doh !
NOTE: This tutorial is VERY Old and may not work as intended. What was the problem? Download the GParted Live zip file. I ran into the same problem a while back trying to install to a USB drive and this is what fixed it. Could Not Find Kernel Image Vmlinuz
My first attempt was at dual booting which resulted in me mucking about in terminal, following the instructions on the Kali website, following those instructions precisely, only to have a different Reply MoDuX October 25, 2013 at 11:20 pm Running no problem, just one question whats the password for supperuser in terminal? Actually, my drive came pre-formatted as FAT32, but after re-formatting (not quick format) as FAT32 from Windows Explorer, I no longer get this error. From Windows, install then run the LinuxLive USB Creator program and follow the instructions in the GUI to install GParted Live on your USB flash drive.
I'd really love to get a good version of linux up and running on my Mac, and Mint looks soooo good :-( *tear* ;-) That said, keep up the good work!!! Could Not Find Kernel Image Vesamenu.c32 Hp Similar Portable Linux Posts:Boot from USB without BIOS Support via PLoP CDAll In One Pendrivelinux 2008Common USB BIOS boot options Make a BackTrack Linux Flash Drive in Windows published under Flash Reply Justin Pot July 2, 2013 at 9:47 pm Sadly I don't know of a process that will work on both Macs and PCs, but if you want a PC disk
Reply Ziggy December 8, 2013 at 5:56 pm Right so the ubuntu did the same. Depending on which version of linux you have installed to your flash drive, the syslinux.cfg file should be found at the root of the drive or within the /boot/syslinux or /syslinux However, a full port is unlikely to occur unless a generous Internet user wants to oblige. Could Not Find Kernel Image Vesamenu.c32 Pxe falcon61102December 18th, 2008, 09:04 AMBy selecting /dev/sda you are installing it to the HD itself and not a specific partition.
Follow the on-screen instructions. (PS: The above description is modified from: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2007/01/02/all-in-one-usb-dsl. Interesting that a quick format doesn't work in this case though. Dave 28 April 2014 at 3:15 pm Thanks man, was trying to run this command to install an offline password and registry editor on an NTFS formatted usb stick. Make sure you run it on newer GNU/Linux, such as Debian Lenny, Ubuntu 8.04, or Fedora 9.
I have formatted the USB drive to FAT and set up persistence (which isn't working either). A simple program called Mac Linux USB helps make a formerly complex process simple, and is a godsend for those without optical drives. Reply Ziggy December 8, 2013 at 3:08 pm Exactly the same with me. Mac Linux USB Loader can set it up for you.
Reply SevenBits July 27, 2013 at 5:15 pm Glad it worked for you, Troy! Don't skip it; spay and neuter that USB drive. Kali is bootable but only able to use 970 MB of storage. If you get a DBus error with usb-creator, this bug report may be helpful: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/usb-creator/+bug/458334 4.2 From Mac OSX 4.2.1 UNetbootin (Automated, graphical approach) UNetbootin lets you create bootable images in
P.J. That’s another can of worms entirely – and probably one I’ll touch on in a future article. All Rights Reserved. It's worth pointing out since models that have fallen off of the support wagon are more likely to get the Linux treatment.
However, it's nice to be able to run Linux from the device even if the computer doesn't support USB boot. It's either-or, not both. 3 Prerequisites To create a USB installation disk, you will need: Your favorite bootable USB creator tool A 2GB or bigger USB flash drive. vizzini 31 October 2011 at 2:38 pm > No wonder Google wasn’t returning any results when I searched this – who’s going to have missed properly formatting the drive twice? Results 1 to 2 of 2 Thread: Problem booting PenDriveLinux on Flash Drive Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid
Double-click the icon and, hopefully, you'll get the installation wizard this time. 8 See also See also: Kodibuntuand Kodibuntu FAQ 9 References ↑ In no particular order: Rufus wintobootic Universal usb and asked me to ctr+alt+del.i booted again and it does not rrecognise keyboard.and does not boot from usb.I searched windows for tty and found that these are some drive cache cab Move this to the top of the list to make the computer attempt to boot from the USB device before booting from the hard disk.