By uejio on Jul 29, 2008
I needed to install Linux to reproduce a bug remotely displaying apps from Linux to Solaris and found a very easy to use Windows executable to create a Fedora Live USB. You can get it from: http://fedorahosted.org/liveusb-creator
The application lets you choose from a couple of different Fedora releases to download and it downloads and creates the USB all in one step. If the USB create fails for some reason, it doesn't have to download the image again and it lets you continue on after correcting the error. In my case, my flash drive was not FAT formatted, so after correcting that and refreshing the target device in their GUI, I continued with the USB creation. The liveUSB booted fine on my Acer 3400. Now, why can't creating an OpenSolaris liveUSB be that easy?