micia wrote:The best way to install Sabayon (let's say the safest one) would be the DVD install, however you can still install Sabayon from USB, provided that your BIOS supports USB boot.
You can create a bootable USB using unetbootin:
It has an option to create a LiveUSB from your ISO image.
You should format your USB drive to a FAT32 volume before using unetbootin, pay attention not to delete any valuable data in your USB device doing this procedure.
If you have a Linux partition available, you could use dd to copy the ISO image to your USB device, which would be a safer procedure to create a Sabayon LiveUSB.
Make possible to boot Sabayon off USB via dd (bug 2685)
dd if=Sabayon_Linux_7_amd64_G.iso of=/dev/sdc
micia wrote:If you have a Linux partition available, you could use dd to copy the ISO image to your USB device, which would be a safer procedure to create a Sabayon LiveUSB.
achyuthreddy wrote:i have downloaded sabayon linux 7 amd64_g (winrar archive ) file type i extracted it to a new folder but i cannot find any .iso image
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