Re: method for booting the talking network installation with non-free firmware from the hard drive using grub
> There is no way to extract the GTK initial ramdisk image gzip file from
> the iso file
You can do that as well, yes.
> or just place the iso file in /home
That part would make it much harder for the installer to find the iso
image. Putting it onto a partition is really much simpler.
> I kind of wanted a non-distructive method for the iso image
I don't understand what would be "distructive" in just dd-ing the
CD to the partition? That'd on the contrary make it completely
independent from the system, since on a separate partition.