Before I return this device, I just wanted to post to see if I did not do something correctly or erroneously.
[greg@sammy isoStick]$ sudo ./isostick-updater updating serial port list! "401a341e34dcc00" "e5" HW Rev: C Boot Rev: 1 FW Rev: 1677 WP: false Serial: "E34DD68C3953343836332020FF0101"
[greg@sammy ISOSTICK]$ find . . ./config ./config/isosel.bin ./config/iso_filename.txt ./ISO ./ISO/AC2014Full.iso ./ISO/ESXi-5.5u2-2068190-IBM_20150310.iso ./ISO/VMware-ESXi-5.5U2-RollupISO2.iso [greg@sammy ISOSTICK]$ file -ib config/iso_filename.txt text/plain; charset=us-ascii [greg@sammy ISOSTICK]$ cat config/iso_filename.txt /ISO/VMware-ESXi-5.5U2-RollupISO2.iso
I have tried with an empty iso_filename.txt as well. The issue is that every computer I try it on just flashes *very* briefly, and continues on to the next boot device if it exists, or just reboots if not. My laptop sees both devices, and I have tried with / without UEFI enabled. Also, I have 2 computers without UEFI at all and neither will boot from it.
I have also ataken the same stick and installed grub4dos with ISOs, and booted it that way just fine, but this is the exact thing I am trying to move away from now that most distros are making the "live" disks that cannot be simply booted from iso without a lot of work. Of course, I had to select the isostick usb HDD versus the isostick CD at boot selection.
The 2 ISOs I have on there now I know are good since I boot them both with grub4dos on other sticks currently.
Any ideas before I ive up and return it?