On Mon, Mar 18, 2013 at 05:08:23AM -0700, rmarty wrote:
> I will not help you but I encounter the same problem.
> Trying many solutions just to save result on USB disk but I
> found no solution at the moment.
> It seems that the live system detect USB insertion but it
> doesnt automatically mount the volume in the file system which
> mean that you could write on it.
> If you find a solution let me know.
To note the device name (like sdb1) of the flash drive:
# dmesg | tail
To get access to its filesystem:
# mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt
To copy the logs:
# cp /path/to/file /mnt
To flush the write buffers and safely remove the drive:
> When I boot from USB using the ISO file of the live distribution of
> Inquisitor there is no way to access shell or command line which means that
> there is no way to mount other USB volume.
In fact, the *is* a way and it *is* standard for all Linux-kernel
running distributions as far as I know. Try to switch consoles using
Alt+F2, Alt+F3, etc keys to find a working console with a shell. Exact
console with a shell depends on Inquisitor build config, recent build
would usually use consoles as this:
Alt+F1 => main Inquisitor console
Alt+F2 => debugging tty
Alt+F3 and so on => normal shell consoles