[SOLVED] Syslinux.cfg from the last Wary (or Puppy) Linux install on usb
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Syslinux.cfg from the last Wary (or Puppy) Linux install on usb
I loaded the latest available warry iso and extracted the files onto an USB stick (with other distros like partedmagic etc).
I am not so sure how should looks the syslinux command for starting puppy (warry).
So, can somebody post here the latest content of the syslinux.cfg file of a wary usb installation?
Last edited by floppy_stuttgart; 06-11-2011 at 01:09 PM.
I also have a file on the drive called USBFLASH that is required.
It is an empty file that is used to designate the device for booting purposes.
You can make it by opening a terminal, navigate to /mnt/your_usb_device and then typing touch USBFLASH.