I boot the computer from USB HDD, and input "sabayon
To help we need some more info.
1. You have a computer with internal hd and downloaded SL 6 (KDE or Gnome or?)?
2. Did you check md5sum?
3. Did you burn an image? On USB flash? Which program did you use?
4. Creating a live USB? With UNetbootin?
5. Could you please clarify:I boot the computer from USB HDD, and input "sabayon
There are many possibilities - we must eliminate one after another, so:
Could you test your USB flash on another computer? Maybe it's broken down or your installed Linux is e.g. incomplete.
I suppose boot flag is set on your USB flash.
You could use <tab> to see possible commands when you try to boot and a message is displayed.
If the command "cat" is available, please try:
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You only will see the last lines of the file grub.cfg, but then we know, that the important file grub.cfg exists.
muselier wrote:3. I burn it in my USB flash by UltraISO under Win 7.
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