Mon, 09 Nov 2009
So I've gotten some pretty inspiring feedback from various users of the liveusb-creator recently, so I decided to put some cycles into it this weekend and crank out another release.
Yesterday I released version 3.8.6 of the liveusb-creator. Changes in this release include:
"As a non-Linux person, Live-USB Creator has improved the quality of my life measurably!" --Dr. Arthur B. Hunkins
- Added the F12 beta release
- Updated to the latest Sugar on a Stick v2 beta snapshot (#522240)
- Made our automatic device detection code more robust (#519134)
- Fixed encoding of unicode strings from exceptions (#471367)
- Made our Linux device detection more robust (#517053)
- Intel Mac EFI directory preparation (#526825) thanks to Matt Domsch
- Made our windows device detection more robust
- Added a --device-checksum options, which calculates the checksum of the entire device.
- Added a --liveos-checksum option, which takes the checksum of all LiveOS files, and then generate a checksum of the checksums
- Added a --hash option for configuring the hash for the above checksum features
- Made the LiveUSBCreator.bootable_partition method a little more robust
- Better handling of file descriptors
- Some Windows-specific optimizations & fixes
- Fixed a bug with the overlay size on sticks with not much free space
- Handle device paths containing spaces when running extlinux (#490843)
- Remove some duplicate po files (#516841)
- Many translation updates
Posted by Smooth Criminal at Mon Nov 9 03:51:18 2009
Would it be possible to make liveUSB installer? In the age of (driveles) netbooks installing Fedora form installation media is quite cumbersome. I would really appreciate this feature.