I have run the LibreELEC USB-SD Creator and downloaded the generic amd/intel distribution.
After that I wrote it to my USB stick.
I was planning on installing LibreELEC on an "old" HP pc (intel core2duo).
In the BIOS settings I changed to boot from usb device. That did work.
But I still get the message "non bootable disk found, press key" (or sort of).
I tried it with Rufus but still no luck. (chose dd image)
I have installed Ubuntu from an USB stick a year ago on that pc. So there is no problem I guess.
It seems to me that this gz file distribution is not a bootable image for pc's? Something like that?
I dont know. Please enlighten me.