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Old 04-04-2013, 01:05 AM   #1
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Booting Minimal os from pendrive

I did minimal os from clfs (x86 arch). It's properly booting from hardisk and kernel and rootfs present in sda4. Now i want to boot from pendrive in similar manner. Help me in further procedure.
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what is your problem? what os you have actually? try google
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You will have to install grub on mbr
of /dev/pendrive and root-directory of pendrive


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