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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GnuRadio on PCI-104 (i.e., Fedora on USB Flash Dr

From: Sam Hutchins
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GnuRadio on PCI-104 (i.e., Fedora on USB Flash Drive)
Date: Sat, 3 May 2008 05:51:10 -0600
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For Fedora, you need to install the livecd-tools. Included are several 
kickstart files (.ks) for various configurations, and extensive instructions 
(README) on doing the whole process. Pretty straight forward. I have done it 
on a 1 GB flash drive (thumb) for a laptop and desktop. I found that for my 
laptop, I couldn't see a USB drive to boot from in BIOS until I first plugged 
in a thumb drive then went into BIOS, where it then showed up. After that it 
was easy to select from in the options shown for alternate boot (F12?). My 
KDE graphic desktop image file including Openoffice came to 811 MB. With an 
active Internet connection, it will download the latest files too, which is 
nice (the normal update process).
On Thursday 01 May 2008 03:59:57 pm Bahn, William L Civ USAFA/DFCS wrote:
> I have GnuRadio up and running on some Fujitsu Tablet PC under Fedora Core
> 6.
> I need to get GnuRadio up and running on some PCI-104 embedded processors,
> which means I need the O/S to boot from a USB key. I have a 4 GB key but am
> willing to purchase an 8 GB or even a 16 GB key if that's what it takes.
> The PCI-104 has 1 GB of DRAM.
> Is there a fairly straightforward way to get Fedora to run from a USB key?
> An alternative would be: Does anyone know of a Linux distro that can be
> made to run from a USB key that we can get GnuRadio up and running on
> without too much heartache. We've tried installing it on DSL (Damn Small
> Linux) but can't get the fftw libraries to compile.
> Thanks.
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