Ok well it doesnt take rocket science to figure out what i wrote,
I tried to install centos onto a usb stick, tried many methods, and it simply does not work for me anyway.
All works fine when installing the os onto a usb stick and boots up fine..
However centos does not....
Ive tried to use iso2usb which claims to make it bootable usb.
Ive tried the command livecd-iso-to-disk --reset-mbr CentOS-6.3-x86_64-LiveCD.iso /dev/sdc1
Didnt work, and many other methods with annoying googling..
and yes i also tried this annoying way to complicated method also http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/InstallFromUSBkey
, ended up fsck'ing up something rather than getting somewhere..
I wouldnt be installing it usb, but atm im broke and dont have a choice its all i have.
So is there a simpler way to install it onto a usb an make it bootable???
I read that centos is very stable and a good os and im curious so..
And why cant it be usb boot ready, instead of having to go through this strategic bullshit??
Im sure the community would grow if they were able to easier install it using usb just sayin..