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Grub4Dos : Vos retours.
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Pelo

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 19:37    Post subject:  Grub4Dos : Vos retours.
Subject description: Blank file pour créer deuxième pupsave pour avoir possibilité boot en RAM
 

Grub4Dos : je complèterai dans la semaine. C'est pour élargir les idées reçues de certains.
Isobooter boote sur des ISOs, Grub4Dos peut le faire aussi.
Mon projet est de booter sur 4 Linux à partir de ma Dpup exprimo. Ces 4 Linux sont extraites d'un DVD de demonstration.
Slaxen 6.3.2 Grub4Dos en réparation, sur la 6.0 c'est opérationnel.

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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 19:39    Post subject: multiboot avec Unbuntu
Subject description: ANTIX : rien à faire, les doigts dans le nez :!: antiX-13.2_386-full Luddite 4 November 2013
 

GRUB4Dos a partir de Puppy Linux pour multiboot avec Unbuntu
Les ubuntistes envient Puppy, qui fait le boot automatiquement, eux doivent le faire manuellement.
J'ai que du vieux Ubuntu à la maison, et les récents sont énormes. Je Hais UBUNTU. Mais pour la démo, j'irai au bout.Antix c'est 8GB. Lubuntu, faut voir..
Ya des petites astuces à connaitre. Ya pas une Linux qui a le même boot.
ANTIX : rien à faire, les doigts dans le nez Exclamation
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PostPosted: Sun 14 Aug 2016, 19:40    Post subject: Grub4Dos Puppy demarrer en RAM  

Rufwoof technologies
En rédaction.
Grub4Dos Puppy démarrer en RAM. Il faut deux pupsaves au moins pour avoir 0 (RAM) proposé au démarrage. Et bien, créez-en une vide Exclamation
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PostPosted: Thu 25 May 2017, 13:27    Post subject: USB pas dans le Bios.  

Pour utliser mes puppies sur cle USB branchées sur le brave Acer un peu bancale, je fais PF12 pour mettre le disque dur à lire en premier.
Le grub a été lancé d'une Puppy installée en frugale (Dpupwheezy). Je refais le grub4dos pour chaque nouvelle clé.

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PostPosted: Thu 17 Aug 2017, 21:49    Post subject: options : si vous mettez pfix=Ram  

options : si vous mettez pfix=Ram, la puppy bootera toujours en RAM;
ce n'estpas ce que l'on veut, du moins ce que je veux
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PostPosted: Thu 01 Mar 2018, 02:16    Post subject: ianDog Stretch Grub4Dos ne voit pas la clé USB !  

DebianDog Stretch Grub4Dos ne voit pas la clé USB !
Probedisk2 serai la cause
topic anglais grub4dos

"Grub4dos supports booting from vfat (FAT32 or FAT16) filesystems found in Windows™ 95, 98 and ME and the NTFS filesystem introduced in Windows™ NT and also the default filesystem of Windows™ 2000, XP, Vista , 7, 8, 8.1 and the Windows™ Server family. The program grub4dosconfig takes all the hard work out of installing a boot loader and automatically detects and configures loading of all your installed OS. If you're tentative about modifying the special boot sector on your hard drive you can install grub4dos to a USB key or a floppy disk.
Grub (legacy) supports booting from vfat (FAT32 or FAT16) filesystems found in Windows™ 95, 98 and ME but not NTFS. This makes it a good choice to install for ancient4 windows machines or pure Linux machines, with no windows. The program Legacy Grub config takes the hard work out of installing the grub boot loader. Again, if you're tentative about modifying the special boot sector on your hard drive or your partition's superblock you can install grub (legacy) to a USB key or a floppy disk.
Syslinux supports booting from vfat (FAT32 or FAT16) filesystems found in Windows™ 95, 98 and ME and the many Linux filesystems such as ext2, ext3 and ext4. This is used in frugal installs to USB keys in Puppy Linux. USB keys can be formatted to vfat or ext(2,3,4). Syslinux can boot hard disks and other media but that is beyond the scope of this manual.
There is also a new filesystem available in some new Puppy versions called the "Flash Friendly File System" (f2fs) which is not currently supported by the boot loaders in Puppy but can be used all the same with a small vfat or ext2 filesystem to boot the kernel with syslinux (or grub4dos) and then find the Puppy Linux files on the f2fs filesystem. If your Puppy supports f2fs you can install it to a USB flash drive or SD card and use a frugal5 or full6 type of install.
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