I was trying it out to boot from USB using fedora for a friends laptop. On booting I saw the above error.
And found the answer at:
dd if=[name of iso] of=/dev/sdc
NOT /dev/sdc1 and before removing the usb stick type into terminal:
sdc being whatever your usb stick device is
this will ensure that all the data is written to the stick before removal.
Voila! It worked. Like the next comment says in the above post, indeed, so stupid of me
This is something that I never had to deal with before! But one of the customised systems when was being used for some other purpose ran into inode count being full issue! That is, you have disk space left but no inode. Happens when you ve a lot of small files. In this case, the system was customised to reduce the number of inodes for the original purpose, (had quite some space with lesser number of bigger files).
the way to see the inode count is a simple:
woohoo! Finally got ipv6 enabled for my home network as well as my website.
You can hit this only if you are on an ipv6 network.
will be posting more on it as to how to enable ipv6 over tunnel using tunnel from http://tunnelbroker.net/
This is something I picked up quite sometime back when I needed to watch news in office for breaking news. Initially I configured only one channel, ndtv. But when I landed in germany for december vacation, I picked up a couple more as not all channels were freely available here.
So hit http://anshprat.info/news/ and grab your favourite news channel for free online Right now it has the following channels:
And my favourite watch it all in one screen