On Tuesday 06 May 2008, Joey Hess wrote: > Author: joeyh > Date: Tue May 6 06:56:54 2008 > New Revision: 53100 > > Log: > merge my vesamenu branch (from my git repo) > > * Use syslinux's vesamenu for all x86 images except the boot floppy. > * Split up syslinux config files. When I boot a locally built regular mini.iso (i386), I don't get a menu at all. Instead it just boots, but fails with: VFS: Cannot open root device "<NULL>" or unknown-block(9,0) If I loop mount the mini.iso, I only get: $ ls /cdrom/ boot.cat f4.txt f9.txt linux f10.txt f5.txt g2ldr setup.exe f1.txt f6.txt g2ldr.mbr splash.png f2.txt f7.txt initrd.gz vesamenu.c32 f3.txt f8.txt isolinux.bin win32-loader.ini Seems to be missing all actual configuration/menu files? Cheers, FJP
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