Thank you for reply i will check links.
I know it is possible boot from USB if mb support it but i read http://www.slax.org/forum.php?action...03#postid45603
and there are troubles using syslinux (Used by unetbootin) they recomend GRUB.
So I decided to install on USB GRUB and DSL linux according to another tutorial http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/...tro?page=0%2C0
. this boot DSL but just in very "simple" version I must do something wrong...
OK what I am trying to say... When I have booted my USB with GRUB I press 'c' so i can type commands. So if syntax would be strange I am sorry I do not have grub menu now
I wanted to to view my grub menu, so i type:
grub> cat (hd1,1)/boot/grub/menu.lst
OK that is fine, I noticed something like
so i decided to do some experiments I typed:
grub> kernel (hd1,1)/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.28-13-generic
and then I type
I expected that will boot my system normaly from hard drive, but it started and then writes something like Kernel Panic and computer automaticaly shuted down.
Maybe i know where I had mistake in
also was "options" uuid and initrd but i did not use them during boot.
So I booted system normaly (without my created USB) and typed
to see what happened but i did not see anything about kernel panic. So where is this info stored ? And Why system did not boot correctly if I do that ? And last question I would like to add to unetbootin USB some features to menu (another distro, boot from first partiton) ist this possible ? Thanks a lot