Re: [OT] boot CD from grub?
"deFreese, Barry" <Barry.deFreese@nike.com> writes:
>> From: Jens Grivolla [mailto:email@example.com]
>> I have a system that won't boot from (SCSI-)cdrom when any IDE
>> harddrives are configured in the BIOS (yes, this is very definitely a
>> bug). This is somewhat annoying and I am looking for a workaround.
> This is not a bug, per se. The IDE bus will ALWAYS boot before SCSI in a
> PC, there is no way around that. Unfortunately, probably your "easiest"
> option would be to add or replace the SCSI CD-ROM with and IDE.
There is a "boot from SCSI" option in the BIOS, it just doesn't work
correctly. Adding IDE drives would be expensive (and I really don't
need any other drives), and additionally I would need an extra IDE
controller, so this is not an option.
So I guess I'll just have to work around it (which can be a pain),
apparently booting from a CD without BIOS-support is not possible.