So this works the same way you do it for normal Linux distros….with one catch.

  1. Use Rufus, unetbootin (what we used) LiLi, etc… to actually write the iso properly to the usb key.
    1. Edit your BOOT.CFG file and add “ks=usb” directly after “b.b00? so it should very similar to:

modules=/b.b00 ks=usb — /useropts.gz

  1. Boot with the USB and love me forever.
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