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Wakepup2 Aug 2008 - floppy image for booting from USB
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PostPosted: Sun 09 Jan 2011, 12:25    Post_subject: Using LINLD.COM for Ubuntu  

Hi,
I am trying to use the below config.sys (and Autoexec.bat) and the instructions from the big_pc_man posted a long time ago. However, I am using Ubuntu 10.10, for which I have change the original config.sys to:
LINLD.COM image=%drv%\casper\vmlinuz initrd=%drv%\casper\initrd.lz
(not sure what to use for cl=)

But it does not work. Do you think I can use LINLD.COM for Ubuntu? If yes, do you happen to know how?

Cheers,

Quote:

cls
echo.
echo Checking any USB drive for marker file USBFLASH...
for %%x in ( C D E F ) do if exist %%x:\%usrinput%usbflash set drv=%%x:\%usrinput%
if "%drv%"=="" goto failed
:load
LINLD.COM image=%drv%vmlinuz initrd=%drv%initrd.gz cl=@linld\puppy.lin
goto end
:failed
type FAILMSG.TXT
:end
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