...or "God Loves Trinity"There is Russian saying "God Loves Trinity". I don't know English analogue. This saying means that when you have something 2 times, you are very likely to get same for the 3rd time.
My recent experience with two versions of Linux from Southern America was not the best I ever had. Neither of two (Dragora and ImagineOS) started in Live mode on my system. Different reasons, same result.
Chakra Linux. It is based on Arch, which makes it very likely to be easy and fast. I had experience with Arch-based distributive only once so far. It was CTK Arch, and it was Fast and Furious.
Chakra image weights just under 700 Mb, which makes it easy to burn to CD-RW. Disk is ready and it is in the drive of my Compaq C300 laptop. Reboot. Choose to boot from CD. Let's go.
You should be probably confused by now. I gave so many different facts in few previous paragraphs, and they are loosely linked from the first sight.
Let me explain now why they are not so loosely connected between themselves.
Chakra Linux... did not boot from CD!
|Black Screen of Boot|
If CD does not work, then it should be possible to use Unetbootin to "burn" iso image to USB. Unfortunately, not. Chakra Linux does not work with Unetbootin.
Do you think that my saying "God Loves Trinity" relates to the fact that Chakra did not boot at all? I was almost certain about this until I discovered the way to boot Chakra Linux in Live mode on my laptop. Third method worked. What was it?
I leave you here for guesses. Please post them in your comments. And please subscribe, because I will open this secret in my next post. Don't miss it!