I have a problem which needs some explaining... I guess.
I used to run the XFCE Fedora 10 spin on my AA1 and today I created a liveusb of Fedora 11 (the standard Gnome version), installed it no trouble (standard install). Re-booted my machine and immediately realised why I couldn't stand Gnome (Buttons in bottom of windows dissappear if window to big and I cannot lift the window above the top, rendering many things impossible to do) so I happily downloaded the XFCE spin, made a liveUSB and tried booting it.
Unfortunetaly it gave an error which goes approximately like this:
"Cannot find file system.
Entering bla bla some sort of Terminal like thing
Please create symlink /dev/root and exit this (whatever the thing was called) to continue boot."
Then I have the option of giving commands like in the Terminal. I'm a terminal noob and couldn't get it to work.
I suspect this happens because maybe the LiveUSB cannot detect the EXT4 filesystem (which was created when I installed the Gnome version of Fedora 11) and therefore fails to boot?
If anybody knows how to help me I'd be very grateful.