It is now becoming a need for the FEL user to create his/her own liveusb before attending an event. The user is now willing to train and demonstrate FEL tools during a presentation and like any hardware project the project’s directory structure plays an important role in development time and re-use blocks.
Next month PeterB and PeterC from gEDA will give training about their gEDA/gaf and there were discussions about liveusb. Since the FEL Livedvd already includes livecd-creator-tools, one can create his or her own liveusb from the FEL Livedvd.
Below I describe how you can create your Liveusb from any Fedora ISO, if you are not using FEL Livedvd but an installed Fedora.
[root@cgoorah ~]# livecd-iso-to-disk –reset-mbr –overlay-size-mb 2047 F11-Alpha-i686-Live-KDE.iso /dev/sdb1