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Re: Live + installer + Usb key



On Thu, Nov 06, 2008 at 05:51:50PM +0100, Yohann Lepage wrote:
[...]
> Thanks for your bash snippet. I tested it but i have this error :
> SYSLINUX 3.71 Debian-2008-09-06 EBIOS Load errot - Boot error
> 
> I use your script like this :
> $umount /dev/sdd1
> $ dd if=binary.img of=/dev/sdd bs=512
> (I tested just binary.img and it's works)
> $./auto-format.sh /dev/sdd
> ...
> New situation:
> Units = sectors of 512 bytes, counting from 0
> 
>    Device Boot    Start       End   #sectors  Id  System
> /dev/sdd1   *        63    192779     192717  83  Linux
> /dev/sdd2        192780   7855784    7663005  83  Linux
> /dev/sdd3             0         -          0   0  Empty
> /dev/sdd4             0         -          0   0  Empty

This looks good (or at least, it looks like it does on my system)
> ...
> $umount /dev/sdd1

Why is this here?


> My syslinux configuration :
> LH_BOOTLOADER="syslinux"
> LH_SYSLINUX_SPLASH="config/binary_syslinux/splash.rle"
> LH_SYSLINUX_TIMEOUT="0"
> LH_SYSLINUX_CFG=""
> LH_SYSLINUX_MENU="disabled"
> LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_LIVE_ENTRY="Start Debian Live"
> LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_LIVE_FAILSAFE_ENTRY=""
> LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_MEMTEST_ENTRY="Memory test"
> 
> Have you any idea ?

Not really, it sort of works for me, but that isn't helpful, I guess.[1]

LH_BOOTLOADER="syslinux"
LH_SYSLINUX_SPLASH=""
LH_SYSLINUX_TIMEOUT="0"
LH_SYSLINUX_CFG=""
LH_SYSLINUX_MENU="disabled"
LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_LIVE_ENTRY="Start Debian Live"
LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_LIVE_FAILSAFE_ENTRY=""
LH_SYSLINUX_MENU_MEMTEST_ENTRY="Memory test"

As you see, I don't specify a SPLASH. Don't know if that could matter.



[1] The last command, that creates the ext2/ext3 file-system use to
fail, but when I issue the same command manually a few seconds later
it works, perhaps the script need to sleep before the last command.

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