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    LiveUSB creator says disk full.

    I am using default USB Startup disk creator for spreading new versions of ubuntu on all my machines.
    In 10.04, I point it to GnomeLiveCD of 600Mb, and usual 4Gb flash drive. And the application says I have not enough space.
    4Gb is empty, fresh formatted, with right partiion. It is OK in short.
    Do somebody know what to do with app?
    First gooooooooooogle, then ask.

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    Re: LiveUSB creator says disk full.

    Are you trying to install to sdb rather than sdb1?
    Does it offer to format the flash drive?
    Are you using the persistent feature?

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    Re: LiveUSB creator says disk full.

    No.
    No.
    No.
    First gooooooooooogle, then ask.

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    Re: LiveUSB creator says disk full.

    Quote Originally Posted by Barafu Albino Cheetah View Post
    I am using default USB Startup disk creator for spreading new versions of ubuntu on all my machines.
    In 10.04, I point it to GnomeLiveCD of 600Mb, and usual 4Gb flash drive. And the application says I have not enough space.
    4Gb is empty, fresh formatted, with right partiion. It is OK in short.
    Do somebody know what to do with app?
    The Startup Disk Creator is for Ubuntu ISOs, not others.
    Regards, David.
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