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July 18, 2011, 04:05:47 PM
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Hi, This is URGENT

I have been trying to create a Bootable persistent Linux Coin USB Flash Drive with no success, I have tried everything related on the forum I could find and I am having no luck at all. Is anyone able to assist? I need to be able to make many for my miners, and they need to save settings etc in case of a reeboot etc.

I can provide Team viewer access to my windows machine if it is required to make the USB Flash Drive with the latest Linux Coin.

I Will pay 1 Bitcoin for someone to log in and show me how to do it successfully, it is very urgent. I have All ISO files of the Linuxcoin versions, this is to run 3 x HD6990's with over clocking. Please Help 

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July 18, 2011, 05:05:04 PM
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Download UnetBootin, and then make it install your ISO onto your USB stick,
I am willing to remote control your computer with Teamviewer, and then to do it for you. Smiley
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July 19, 2011, 02:14:25 PM
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Hi how are you?, what the problem was, I was over tired Smiley I made the thing perfectly fine like 10 times, what I had done is plugged the USB 3.0 Thumb Drive into the USB 3.0 Port on the motherboard, but not thinking it doesnt have the support in Linux coin, I put the stick in a USB 2.0 slot and worked perfectly! sorry Smiley

Thanks for offering to Help!

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nah well, I hope you are fine now. You are welcome for the help, although it wasn't really needed. Smiley
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