brokenman wrote:Be sure you download the LATEST Porteus from build.porteus.org and be sure to include the UEFI option. You will know because when you mount the sdc1 partition there should be a folder EFI on the root of the partition. The sdc1 partition MUST be fat32. Using a linux partition won't work if you are trying to boot via UEFI.
Then please try this.
root@porteus:/home/guest# cd /mnt
live/ sda1/ sda2/ sda4/ sda6/ sda7/ sdb1/ sdc1/ sdc3/
root@porteus:/mnt# mkdir sdc1
root@porteus:/mnt# mount /dev/sdc1 /mnt/sdc1
root@porteus:/mnt# cd /mnt/sdc1/boot <----- make sure you go exactly here
Once you get this working we can work on using a second linux partition on which you save your changes. A FAT32 partition is only needed to get the UEFI booted.
thank you brokenman for clearing this up with UEFI, also i just found out, there is a "secure boot" feature that has to be turned off as well, bcz it wint "authorize" usb boot
so i used universal usb installer from pendrivelinux to install porteus on fat32,
now i have it working in 'always fresh' mode