Can't open Live Raizo iso

Live Raizo
2014-02-14
2016-10-19
  • Chris Welsh

    Chris Welsh - 2014-02-14

    I get "The following disk image could not be opened:
    Live-Raizo-v5.14.02.0 no mountable file system"

    Is there a problem with the image?

     
  • Raizo62

    Raizo62 - 2014-02-14

    I think not. I will verify.
    Do you have use "Lili USB Creator" to make a bootable USB ?

     
  • Raizo62

    Raizo62 - 2014-02-14

    I tried: it works

     
    • Chris Welsh

      Chris Welsh - 2014-02-15

      Thanks - unfortunately "Lili USB Creator" doesn't work on my Mac :-(

      But it had no trouble at least viewing the files on the previous version of the .iso

       
      • Raizo62

        Raizo62 - 2014-02-15

        I get "The following disk image could not be opened:
        Live-Raizo-v5.14.02.0 no mountable file system"

        Is it just a mistake from copy-paste that the name of file is incorrect ? it is missing end of name : Live-Raizo-v5.14.02.0

        But it had no trouble at least viewing the files on the previous version of the .iso

        I haven't changed something for that. Have you verify that your downloaded file was correct ?

        are your iso booting into VirtualBox ? (your VMs don't start)

         
        Last edit: Raizo62 2014-02-15
  • Anonymous - 2014-02-24

    I have the same probleme the usb is ok but it dont boot on usb .

     
    • Raizo62

      Raizo62 - 2014-02-25

      I have tried with a friend's mac. I have the same error : ""The following disk image could not be opened: Live-Raizo-v5.14.02.0 no mountable file system".

      But I don't have Mac, then i can't investigate.

      I can only suggest to use Windows and LiliUSB to create USB because I know that it works.
      I don't have tested linux command dd.

       
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        Anonymous - 2015-10-16

        I open the file with vmware but when I chose to boot the english version it just boots and shows the virbose things linux in text then it arives to a black screen with no messages what so ever and it just sits there doing nothing.

         
  • Raizo62

    Raizo62 - 2014-04-19

    Hi

    I have uploaded a new version which uses Debian Wheezy.

    Could you test it and say me if you have the same problem ? Thank you.

     
  • Anonymous - 2015-07-09

    is there any real-time support for live Raizo? i mean where do i even begin setting it up?

     
  • Raizo62

    Raizo62 - 2015-07-09

    Hi

    There is no support for real-time. I believe that is needed real-time kernel

     
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    Anonymous - 2015-10-16

    I am preaty sure it freezes because if I free the pointer when I click back into the linux window in vmware it wont pull the mouse back it which means that the OS has frozen the system or the virtual system.

     
  • Raizo62

    Raizo62 - 2015-10-17

    Hi

    It's very strange, because I don't do anything to be compatible with VirtualBox, and I have no freeze with it.
    I don't have vmware installed, then i can't test raizo with it :-(

    I'll try to find a solution

     
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    Anonymous - 2016-10-19

    Hi all,

    I downloaded the iso image of Raizo62 for linux but unable to install it on my centos7....Any ideas please? Appreciate your input. Thanks

     
    • Raizo62

      Raizo62 - 2016-10-19

      You can't install Live Raizo on your system. Live Raizo is an OS. You must install Live Raizo on USB key and boot on it (or use emulator as VirtualBox...)

      If your question is how install Live Raizo on USB Key, have you tried :
      dd if=Live-Raizo-v7.16.09.11p.iso of=/dev/sdX
      (with /dev/sdX, the device of your usb key)

       


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