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October 23, 2012 at 5:23 pm #43472jojoepspMember
HI every Advisers
I’m new for Zeroshell but I really want to have it for my office system.
Pls help me to Install it into HDD.
another things i have some question to ask.
1. it possible to use SATA HDD for install ZS?
2. After I found some advise on this website. and did follow those instruction.
i had a vfat problem. sorry if my question is not clear bcz i forgot those error word.
Pls advise me step by step. I’m also new on linux.
THank you for your kindly.
Waiting and look forward to any advise form every adviser.
Sorry for my Eng Skill above.
Joe 🙂October 24, 2012 at 6:48 am #52497jojoepspMember
More details for this issues.
I did follow below those instruction.
i’ve booted from the zeroshell cd-rom.
Plug the USB disk stick(128Mb is just fine) into windows box, and copy downloaded image to it. rename it to something like ZS.img.gz
Remove USB stick from windows box, and plug it into ZeroShell box.
Press ‘s’ at console screen to get in to prompt
Create directory under /mnt/ called usbdisk using:
mount the “usbdisk” using:
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/usbdisk -t vfat
THIS STEP I HAD ” mount: unknow filesystem type ‘ vfat’ ”
I CAN NOT GO TO NEXT STEP BELOW
PLS HELP ME
type “gunzip -c ZS.img.gz > /dev/hda
Boot without Cd-Rom
Go to Admin page of zeroshell and restore the database to the IDE HDD.
Remove USB Stick
Get a coca cola or pepsi from the icebox, as there is still allot of work to do, and you need the energy
Tell Fulvio Ricciardi he is doing a good job, and you want this utility to run on Windows too! ho ho
kind regardsOctober 28, 2012 at 3:47 pm #52498AlderonParticipant
Zeroshell 2.0RC1 doesn`t recognize ntfs or fat32 filesystem on usb stick. Simply download and burn on cd zs1b16. Than boot from this cd an continue the same way.November 5, 2012 at 5:45 pm #52499
boot from live CD
then introduce your usb device in the computer and make the filesystem Mine was on sdb, so
# mkfs /dev/sdb -t ext2.
Then copy the img.gz image on your usb device then go on!!
Joel MBA-OYONENovember 5, 2012 at 6:07 pm #52500
my way works and sucks too: i cheat a bit to install zeroshell on my hard disk:
i copied the zs.usb.img.gz image on an usb card with ext2 filesystem
then i boot the live cd
# mkdir /mnt/usb1
# mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb1 (where sdb1 device is my usb)
# gunzip -c /mnt/usb1/Z*.img.gz > /dev/sda (where sda is the hard disk)
then rebbot without the livecd, and it should work, it should boot without the livecd.
far away, it is possible to modify the initrd to customize ZS, at this point, the root system files are still loaded in ramdisk. sorry for my poor english.
Joel MBA OYONE.November 7, 2012 at 2:40 pm #52501kc9bcyMember
i use any linux-live cd (prefer Debian-Rescue-Live distribution)
Boot the linux system with the hard drive to install ZS already installed.
then, i ‘wget http://na.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/zeroshell/ZeroShell-2.0.RC1-IDE-USB-SATA-Disk-2GB.img.gz’ (the current USB/HDD/image file)
After this it’s cake!
gunzip -c ZeroShell-2.0.RC1-IDE-USB-SATA-Disk-2GB.img.gz > /dev/sda (where /dev/sda is the device object name of the hard disk to be installed to)
This assumes the Live-CD detects your hard disk, network hardware, and internet connection.November 9, 2012 at 5:35 pm #52502
Does someone have an issue not to load the sytem files in hard disk rathher than in ramdisk ?
I guess with a significant number of users, the RAM would be excedeed and, it would be better if we want to do persistents changes on files…
thank you and done more excuse my poor english levelNovember 27, 2012 at 9:09 am #52503urubushellMember
I’m not a user of Linux but i’d try to install ZS 2.0R2 on a hd.
revealmap wrote “i copied the zs.usb.img.gz image on an usb card with ext2 filesystem” –> how can i do that with a computer using Windows?
First, i have to format a USB Key and copy on it the …img.gz file.
Thank you to help me to discover the world of Linux.
UrubuNovember 27, 2012 at 6:49 pm #52504
you can achieve format your usb key in ext2 for example by loading your system with à any Linux live CD (look for live linux on internet) , then when the system is lauched, insert the usb key and type
# mkfs /dev/sdb -t ext2 (make filesystem ext2 on usb device. mine is on sdb ).May 10, 2013 at 3:09 pm #52505wamoeeMember
I did the same way with revealmap, booted from live CD and then I copied the img.gz image in my usb device and it works great!May 10, 2013 at 3:29 pm #52506
Happy to read that.
Greatings!May 17, 2013 at 2:44 pm #52507SpeedD408Member
Thank you all for the help/direction. I got it to work this way…
Copy current ZS.img.gz to a small flash drive.
Boot live-cd of GParted
mount usb drive (per directions above)
gunzip Z*img.gz (per directions above)
Booted to ZeroShell 2.0-RC2 off HD.
I’m a happy camper.
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