That's the entirety of dsl-linux.sh below no bin bash or anything.
That's the original from Billix-0.24
qemu/qemu -L qemu/ -soundhw sb16
-kernel linux24 -initrd minirt24.gz -hda
KNOPPIX/KNOPPIX -hdb qemu/harddisk -append
"qemu frugal quiet modules=hdb nousb noscsi
nofirewire atapicd noideraid noacpi acpi=off
noapm noagp nomce"
It is missing some things and sloppily written 'cause there is no "qemu/qemu", no "-hdb qemu/harddisk" and so no "modules=hdb" 'cause there is no "hdb".
If you've been reading my post about my multidistro stuff-I couldn't get dsl-linux.sh to work, so i started looking around in the Billix/qemu folder snd it's missing both "qemu" and "harddisk"!
I found an obscure UK mirror hosting Billix old and new, was able to peer inside each one and discovered Billix-0.18 was the last time the qemu folder had "qemu" and "harddisk"!
This kinda pissed me off 'cause whoever puts out Billix has put out 4 versions since 0.18 and none of them work!
I downloaded ver 0.18, added the "qemu" and "harddisk" to the 0.24 qemu folder and it still wouldn't go!
Damn it Jim!
I now have it down pat-maybe.
The original line above has been modified to my version at the above reply.
The "harddisk" thing is 48MB and must be DSL or something 'cause when I did get 0.24 working, an old version of DSL popped up-because it was using the "harddisk" from 0.18 which has an older version of DSL!
To make problems worse-the DSL folder in Billix-0.24 is named"KNOPPIX" and would not work till I made it "DSL"
So, after editing it this whole weekend and hunting down google I finally got it!
Wanna see a cool screen shot?
The screenshot on my "project post", reply#92
That's Billix DSL running live off my USB while 3 Qemu's play-note only 125MB RAM used too!
Anyway Repo I got it all working now and about to release my greatest ever MultiDistro-ToolKit-v4.20 for CD/USB!
Now it can play DSL on Qemu ad-infinitum via "repolator.sh"!
The new multidistro is 492MB and has all this-
1 SystemRescueCD-1.1.7 (just came out today)
3 DSL-4.4.10 (w/"repolator.sh" & "repolator.bat" for Linux/Windows)
4 NetbootCD-2.2 (net-installs Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora/Slackware/CentOS/OpenSUSE and Mandriva!
5 ZorOS-3.4 (Slackware based-awesome HW detection!
That's a hellacious toolkit for a 512MB USB huh?
I'm getting ready to upload it now...