If you are unable to boot your system from the USB, there's how to do it:
Note: this is more like a howto than an issue, but is put here in order to help users that may encounter this problem
- First and very important point: you should only use the tools described on the download page to record your USB.
This is needed because every different tool records them in different ways, and it needs to be recorded with its correct structure in order to make it booting, and also in the correct way (like using the provided boot parameters)
In short, the USB images contains the image correctly structured, and it needs to be recorded in the same way as they are created, without modifying it for recording. Tools like Rufus or Unetbootin does modify them.
By other side, the 3.0 stable version was not created with this USB structure so if you want to boot it, you need then to use those tools that modify's them to make it working from USB (that's not the case of the beta versions). So again, check into the download page of Elive for that specific version of Elive and use only the tools suggested to use.
- Tools to use for record elive: Tools to record Elive Linux in an USB drive - Elive Linux
- Elive FAQ's with booting issues: Elive FAQ - (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Stable version instructions
- Beta version instructions