Alrite how good can your distro be if it fails to install from USB?
And I have tried every possible way for this.
"Cannot find root media;job control turned off"
is the error I get. When I exit from the shell it says it is not able to mount pardus.img. Another exit and the kernel panics.
I have used UNetbootin to create the USB, it is bootable blah blah. Four other flavors of linux have been succesfully installed using the same mechanism.I have even made the changes said in the wiki to the syslinux.cfg file.
My suspicion is, the init script is not able to detect the USB. The kernel detects it as I once booted without the splash and the console was able to detect sdb and sdb1.
After that it repeated,
"initramfs:coolplug probing for devices"
or something to this effect a lot of times before job control turned off.
Any suggestions would be most welcome.