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Old 05-02-2011, 03:43 AM   #1
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Need help booting CTK Arch 07 iso on NTFS HDD


I am trying to get CTK Arch 07 to boot frugally on NTFS HDD using grube4dos menu.lst but due to lack of knowledge I fail again and again.

Here is my ArchIsoLive entry which do boot but he has not continued to develop it. He is into Slitaz now.


title Archiso-live
root (hd0,2)
kernel /archiso/boot/vmlinuz from=/dev/sda3/archiso rw elevator=deadline session=xfce
initrd /archiso/boot/initrd.img

When I set up same code for CTKarch7 then it fails to boot.
Seems to look for CDrom or USB and doesn't seem to accept that it should boot from NTFS HDD.

Any friendly advice? Their forum is mainly in French.
 
  


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