Cannot write anyboot image to USB stick
|Reported by:||HAL||Owned by:||nobody|
|Keywords:||cannot write anyboot usb||Cc:||HAL|
I tried to write the latest x86_64 image to a USB stick. Although in the terminal output it seems to go through the motions, nothing is actually written.
- plug USB stick into slot unmounted.
- In teminal place command:
dd if =/boot/home/haiku_install/haiku-nightly-anyboot.image of=/dev/disk/usb/0/0/raw bs =1M
Result: The terminal is busy for a few seconds as if writing the image. It says it has written the full 633Mb and finishes. When I try to mount it in DriveSetup, it says Error: invalid argument. When I replug the drive there is no mount option on the right click desktop menu. When I reboot and try to directly boot from the BIOS with the USB stick, computer boots to the linux grub menu instead. There has been no image written to the USB stick. I can format the USB stick with DriveSetup making sure I initialise with intel 32 partition map first: create FAT32 or BFS partition. i can mount these in DriveSetup and copy files to them. I was doing this in hrev49887 x86_64. I also tried with same results in one of the latest gcc2 nighties.