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    I have tried following the bootable USB drive instructions on a number of different machines, virtual and standard. executing the bootinst.sh script does nothing. It just says "hit any key or ctrl-c to quit", I hit a key and nothing.

    I have verified the ownership and execution settings. I am sure there is something simple and basic I am missing here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncheneweth View Post
    I have tried following the bootable USB drive instructions on a number of different machines, virtual and standard. executing the bootinst.sh script does nothing. It just says "hit any key or ctrl-c to quit", I hit a key and nothing.

    I have verified the ownership and execution settings. I am sure there is something simple and basic I am missing here.
    i think you did the same thing as me. you might have transfered the ISO in windows i dont think it works.
    i did whole the process agian but just in linux this time.
    and then it finally worked.

    sry my english hope you understand

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    if you try putting yourself on our place, you will see how difficult it is to help someone who says "I get hit ctrl+c or any key" and get nothing.... how are we supposed to know your configuration, etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncheneweth View Post
    I have tried following the bootable USB drive instructions on a number of different machines, virtual and standard. executing the bootinst.sh script does nothing. It just says "hit any key or ctrl-c to quit", I hit a key and nothing.

    I have verified the ownership and execution settings. I am sure there is something simple and basic I am missing here.
    hmm have you tryed to run it as admin? and have you tryed to boot your USB drive without clicking the bootinst.bat/sh.

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