How to install Tuxboot 0.6 on OpenSUSE 13.1

Tuxboot is a special application which help us to create Clonezilla LiveUSB. With this tool we can run Clonezilla, DRBL Live, GParted Live and Tux2live from an USB disk. On this tutorial I am going to show you how to run Tuxboot 0.6 on OpenSUSE 13.1. The latest version of Tuxboot is version 0.6 and it seems no other new version than this one.

First, download Tuxboot 0.6 for Linux

Now you should have a binary file name called tuxboot-0.6. Next we need to install file is required by OpenSUSE to run Tuxboot.

zypper in

Now make the tuxboot-0.6 executable.

chmod +x tuxboot-0.6

Run Tuxboot


All commands above must be executed under root privilege.


Now you can start creating Clonezilla LiveUSB from OpenSUSE 13.1 using Tuxboot.


One Comment

  1. For OpenSuse 13.1, running the tuxboot-0.8 binary ( make it executable first, set x bit) requires;

    libICE6-32bit 1.0.8-7.1.2
    libSM6-32bit 1.2.2-2.1.2
    libuuid1-32bit 2.23.2-34.1
    libXrender1-32bit 0.9.8-2.1.2
    fontconfig-32bit 2.11.0-4.1
    libexpat1-32bit 2.1.0-12.1.2
    libglib-2_0-0-32bit 2.38.2-8.2
    libgthread-2_0-0-32bit 2.38.2-8.2

    After that, ./tuxboot-0.8 pops its gui up !

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