Installing RAW from USB flash drive? RAW file format not necessary means uncompressed pictures, in some rare cases it could be operating system image just like iso.
In order to create bootable USB stick from RAW format you could use this little tool called SUSE Studio Image Writer. Program’s interface is very simple: there are only 2 fields. One for image select, other for destination.
SUSE Studio Image Writer – Download
If you are looking how to installing regular ISOs from USB read more here: Install Windows form USB stick.
Installing RAW from USB flash drive never been easier. Enjoy!
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Hi I am deciding to definitely remove my Vista OS from my pc. I already used Linux OS like Debian, fedora or redhat (when it was free). After many installation and years I still don-t understand why Linux community is not able to make installation process ease, and when I say ease I meant just that. Ease.
If I don-t follow the standard procedure than everything became hard to do. let me explain the last case. I am trying to format my hard disk where I have mounted Vista so to delete it definitely. I have also other partitions whit data I would like to keep. So if don-t accept to install the new os close to old one I have to possibility to choice one partition or the whole disk. I opted for one partition / where vista was installed / and the installing process ask me to define a mount point. I did. Then he asks me define the swap area, but I can-t find how to do it. unless I don-t opt for a full manual installation. I know, somebody will show me how easy it is. But why the process it is not intuitive and idiot/tailored? Think me like an idiot that just want to install new OS on the old partition. can the community think something simpler? Next time some of you will design a process, please follow the K.I.S.S. requirements. Thanks.