Having resolved several items with help from forum members, I’m now at the point I want to be able to run a persistent version of Haiku from a USB stick.
I boot into Haiku from a USB attached DVD drive and do an apparently successful install to a 64GB Lexar USB stick. When I attempt to boot from the USB stick I get the following (presumably from the computer’s firmware):
Missing operating system.
Reboot and Select proper Boot device
or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key_
I rebooted into Linux (Mint) and used gparted to check that the boot flag is set (it is).
From the various threads I searched, I assume this is some kind of problem with the format of the USB stick, such as: the bootloader was not installed, the bootloader was installed but cannot be located, there should be another partition on the USB stick with something in it…
When I looked at the DVD using gparted, I noticed it has a small “efi” partition after the Be partition. The USB stick does not. Is this a problem?
Any assistance would be appreciated.