Topic: Trouble booting ISO from USB
When installing a Linux distribution I usually use the 'dd' command to put the ISO file on a USB stick.
This however doesn't seem to work for Absolute, as the computer reports that it cannot boot from the USB stick.
It boots other distro's just fine using the same method.
I am planning to use Absolute on one or more relatively powerful notebooks.
These use UEFI BIOS.
I tried various settings here, especially in the secure boot section.
I have also tried an application called unetbootin after watching someone at Youtube having succes with this.
Does someone know what I am doing wrong here?
I have tried various computers:
Dell E300 Laptop with Intel Core i5 (sandy bridge)
ITX system with AMD A4400 apu
(Have done BIOS updates, except for the Thinkpad T420)
I have tried Absolute in the past on different computers with the same result.
Trying again now because I'd really like to start using it.
(Using the Large ISO, I have MD5 checksummed it)