USB Live Tutorial

Discussion in 'Resources' started by Fantasma, Jun 15, 2012.

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  1. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    This is a simple way to create a Live USB for Xiaopan OS.

    If you are using a live USB by burning the ISO with unebootin 309 and Login or Signup to view links / downloads

    1. Download LiLi USB Creator Portable latest version (click on the image)

    2. Use the following options displayed here:

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    :) I hope this help you. Greetings! ;)
    Note: The persistence feature only works for Ubuntu

    Note 2: By checking the box "Enable launching LinuxLive directly in windows" will be able to virtualise through virtualbox which is installed automatically in your USB drive (needs an internet connection).​
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  2. Mr. Penguin

    Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    Easiest Xiaopan Live USB Tutorial ever :)
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  3. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    As aditional info, it fix the issue in beini when only tiny core 3 icons are displayed instead of beini OS
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  4. MaC

    MaC Security Professional VIP

    Quick & easy. Thanks!
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  5. Shaqe

    Shaqe Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the tut. it worked like a charm for me.

    Everything is cool till now, hope it stays that way :D
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 28, 2012 ---
    Just finished testing the USB with XiaoPan 4.2.3 loaded on it. Works great.
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  6. Thonglor

    Thonglor Active Member

    Thank to Fantasma.It is very easy and pretty good job.Good for newbie.
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  7. pissos13

    pissos13 Member

    When I press the lightning it says to validate step 1 to 3...
    When I choose the iso source it says that This linux is not in the compatible...

    What I'm missing?
  8. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    I think what you are missing is: Follow steps from 1 to 5 ( not 5 to 1 ) :confused:
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  9. hobbykiosk

    hobbykiosk Well-Known Member

    You can get latest version here: Login or Signup to view links / downloads

    LiLi 2.8.16
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    LiLi 2.8.16 Final - Portable Edition (.zip file)
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    Can I install or use Portable VirtualBox manually?

    Yes, you can and it's really easy.

    1) download Portable VirtualBox
    2) Unpack it to the root of your USB key
    3) Then run Virtualize_This_Key.exe to directly launch your Linux in Windows or use VirtualBox.exe to display the full VirtualBox interface

    • This will work with ANY LinuxLive USB key
    • No need to be created from LinuxLive USB Creator
    • Obviously, no support will be given if you did not use LinuxLive USB Creator to create your USB key

    Portable-VirtualBox 4.1.14
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  10. bengkor

    bengkor Member

    may i know what is the Username & Password for downloading the file?
  11. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    No password needed for download... :no
  12. bengkor

    bengkor Member

    After I made my USB Lili boot key

    I tried to run in my Windows7, the program starts and showing Oracle start up, then it js close/disappear. when i tried to rerun the it, this time the VirtualBox is empty, there was no application to click.. this is weird...
  13. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    Better if you run it as "Live USB" it mean Boot your PC/Laptop from USB by pressing F2/F12 key after you have pressed the on/off button(deppends on your machine) must appear a Boot Menu, next, select your USB Key.
    Ready :cool:
  14. mohd rom Esa

    mohd rom Esa Active Member

    coool bro...i like to tried it as well:joy
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  15. djiemat

    djiemat Active Member

    nice tutor... thanks
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  16. Wali Akbar

    Wali Akbar Member

    Greetings, can't get this to work... It prepares the thumb drive but on re-boot I just get the "grub" prompt and cant get any farther. Did I miss something. I used the other method and can boot into Xiaopan (GUI) but then there are no wifi adapters. Using Acer One netbook w/ Win 7. What did I miss.... I would read up but don't know where to look.
  17. Student 54

    Student 54 Active Member

    Multiboot USB Alternative: YUMI Pendrive

    As an alternative, and just as easy, giving you the possibility to add many distros and tools to your USB bootable thumbdrive is using YUMI (free). For Windows users download Login or Signup to view links / downloads. Linux core users, no worries on the website you will find other useful tools as well. A great thing about YUMi Multiboot is it offers the option to fetch and download distros for you, from the program, but for Xiaopan you need to download it yourself first.

    How to Create a MultiBoot USB Flash Drive
    1. Dowload Xiaopan OS (as *.iso)
    2. Downlaod and run YUMI-0.0.X.X.exe
    3. Following the onscreen instructions choose Tiny Core as a distro, and browse for Xiaopan.iso *
    4. Run the tool again to Add More ISOs/Distributions to your Drive, or else press finish.
    5. Restart your PC setting it to boot from the USB device (F12, F8, F2 etc.)
    6. Select a distribution to Boot from in the Menu (in this case Tiny Core) and enjoy!
    * Browse to your directory where your iso is. Because it's looking for TinyCore, Xiaopan *.iso won't show up ; simply bypass this by typing in the full name of your file (e.g. Xiaopan

    Note: In your multinoot menu, you can change the menu name Tiny Core to Xiaopan by going into your USB's multiboot>menu folder and editing the Linux.cfg and Xiaopan.cfg files. Replace Tiny Core with Xiaopan in text.
  18. Amkay

    Amkay The Wifier Staff Member Moderator Dev Team Wiki Editor VIP

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  19. naruto.madara

    naruto.madara Member

    well here is my problem:
    when i try to boot the usb my computer doesn't seem to recongise the usb as a bootable usb- even though i changed the priority of the boot ing devices so the usb would be the not sure what is the problem but ist possible that its because xiaopan isnt in the compatibilty list of lili usb creator? or ist just my motherboard ?
  20. Fantasma

    Fantasma Well-Known Member

    Try to select boot device manually by press F12 at boot screen
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