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Old 04-05-2006, 08:02 AM   #1
Weavind
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Question extlinux to boot ext2 USB flash


I am having trouble the the EXTLINUX command to make my EXT2 USB flash disk bootable. I have no problems with syslinux command making my USB flash disk run on a FAT filesystem, however KYLIX will not run on a FAT file system - hence my reason for wanting a EXT2 file system. when I run extlinux it keeps saying that the folder is not a directory. I have tried everything. Please can someone give me the exact command to make it work.
I have tried:

./extlinux /mnt/sda1_removable

Thank you,
Weavind
 
Old 04-06-2006, 05:33 AM   #2
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I did it. So simple. i didn't change the .cfg to .conf of the isolinux.cfg file when I renamed it. works beautifully now, so no replies needed.

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