How does one put a Boot sector on a SD card to boot off it.
The .img file has been install on SD card.
I am used to traditional update-rc.d et all.
Now I wonder how to add a a script that used to called by init.d (with start/sop ..) to the new "service start xx" regime.
All the tutorials I found talk about how to use update-rc.d..
Long ago I knew a way to get the boot process to require a keystroke at each step. This was important when you were trying to read the screen to figure out what is happening, typically wrong.
Can someone point me to how to do this on fedora?
Can someone share the command if its there?
I want to install ubuntu 17.2.
But after inserting my bootable pendrive I get this message on my screen.
Setup Error: end kernel panic - not syncing: vfs: unable to mount root fs on unknown block(2,0).
Please anyone problem?
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