Re: Live softphone USB key.: Progress report
On 03/17/2010 02:12 PM, email@example.com wrote:
- Two of these machines have a BIOS which is not capable of booting off a USB key. It is certanly possible
to boot on these machines using a boot floppy but I was not able to find how to do it neither in the manual
nor in the wiki pages.
we don't support floppies in lh (not sure if it's worth to even think
about adding it).
however, you can make them yourself easily.. write mbr.bin to the
floppy, create a vfat primary partition, copy the kernel, initrd, and
the syslinux directory to it, run syslinux on the device.
- Sound does not work on the third machine, an HP6735s laptop, even if I run alsaconf on it. This same machine
has a full Debian Lenny installed on the HD and sound works perfect in this installation.
take it up with the alsa maintainers, this is not live specific and
there's nothing we can do aout it.
Address: Daniel Baumann, Burgunderstrasse 3, CH-4562 Biberist