This is a follow up to my last entry. Install
OEL/OracleVM from USB onto bare metal - Let the Sunshine In
Prepare FAT32 formatted USB stick.
# Download install CD \*.iso onto
USB stick's root directory.
FAT32's largest filesize is 4GB , while DVD \*.ISO file may be bigger than 4.6GB.
Those who create DVD Linux install, please make effort to make the size <4GB.
Apparently, Solaris 11 has 2 new funcionalities on this front. I believe #1 existed in OpenSolaris 2008.Oracle Solaris 11 Downloads
copy the bootable ISO image to a USB flash drive. This utility is available on Oracle Solaris 11 ExpressWhat is the Distribution Constructor? (Oracle Solaris 11 Express Distribution Constructor Guide)
USB image can be created, based on a generated x86 ISO image. Depending on the image configuration, these ISO or USB images can be bootable. They can be installed on a system or run in a live media environment. An ISO image can be burned to a CD or DVD. A USB image can be copied to a flash drive.