Talk:SoaS Blueberry Instructions
With the soas-2-blueberry.iso, leave out the 3 options for a separate persistent home:
- The older version of the script, shown below, will complete successfully, but the new installation startup process will have trouble finding the home folder and fail to complete.
- Use this script for soas-v2-Blueberry.iso: (/dev/sd(x)1 is your USB device) use partition manager to determine what it is.
sudo ./livecd-iso-to-disk.sh --overlay-size-mb 200 soas-2-blueberry.iso /dev/sd(x)1
Older versions of SOAS:
\Normally,the livecd-iso-to-disk installation has the advantage over the liveusb-creator installation method by allowing a persistent /home/liveuser folder with the --home-size-mb NNN option. This feature would allow you to update the OS image while keeping the user files (by running the script against your existing installation but leaving out the --home-size-mb NNN option).
- Run it as root, making sure to pass the correct USB device and to set overlay and home size appropriately, depending on the stick size.
sudo ./livecd-iso-to-disk.sh --overlay-size-mb 300 --home-size-mb 160 --delete-home --unencrypted-home soas-strawberry.iso /dev/sd(x)1
- The --delete-home option is used to avoid an error message while requesting both a new home (with --home-size-mb) and a persistent home (indirectly with --unencrypted-home). You wouldn't use the --delete-home option on an upgrade of the operation system only.
Depending on the size of your USB stick, you may have to decrease --overlay-size-mb and --home-size-mb values (for example, for a 1-GB stick, use 200 for each).
- Watch out for errors in the output of the script, the script seems to ignore them! (and say all is fine on the last line).
copied and revised from: http://wiki.sugarlabs.org/go/Sugar_on_a_Stick/Linux