I've been using Porteus 4.0 on an USB drive these last weeks and all went nice until now.
I want to install it on an internal SSD so I followed the steps from docs/install.txt but with no luck.
1) The drive is formatted as ext4.
2) Mounted the iso with "mloop path/Porteus /mnt/sdc1/Porteus-LXDE-v4.0-x86_64.iso"
2) As for the instructions I've copied boot/ and porteus/ from a terminal.
3) Changed to boot/ and ran "sh Porteus-installer-for-Linux.com".
It seems all went ok but when selecting the drive from the boot menu it doesn't start.Installing Porteus to /dev/sdb1
WARNING: Make sure this is the right partition before proceeding.
Type 'ok' to continue or press Ctrl+c to exit.
Flushing filesystem buffers...
Using extlinux bootloader.
Installation finished successfully.
You may reboot your PC now and start using Porteus.
Please check the /boot/docs folder for additional information about
the installation process, Porteus requirements and booting parameters.
In case of making tweaks to the bootloader config,
please edit: /mnt/sdb1/boot/syslinux/porteus.cfg file.
Press Enter to exit.
Any clue what I did wrong or did I missed some step?