Hard disk install
- Subject: Hard disk install
- From: jordipujolp at gmail.com (Jordi Pujol)
- Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2007 17:24:44 +0100
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El Tuesday 04 December 2007 01:31:02 XayOn X va escriure:
> I want to install my custom live distro in a hard disk, I've followed
> the wiki info but I think some things are not clear.
> I wanna make the installer as easy as possible, so...
> The only issues I've had are with bootloader:
> First of all I dont like to have to edit manually menu.lst ?Is there any
> way to do it automagically?
> And the same about device.map...
I supose you are referrering to the page "do a custom install in a hard disk
or any USB device", what I wrote.
I think that a tool for building the options in menu.lst does not exist,
because the options for the boot cmdline depend on the installed kernel and
utilities, and that is so variable that somebody has only one solution,
should read the documents and evaluate what is included in his particular
install to set the options in consequence.
create device.map is easy, counting the hard disks in the system
and setting the grub install disk to his corresponding number minus one
> Thanks in advance
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