Wow that was working very good on usb.
wonder how one could use same tech on HDD.
the best news. If one use pendrivelinux method to create a casper-rw file then this version does remember changes to the Ubuntu or Super_OS_9.10.iso too.
But how it can know which casper-rw file to use I don't know yet.
It saves bookmarks in Firefox and saves login and passwords too and country settings. First time that works for me using usb drives.
so if I or somebody else can make this work for HDD that would be great.
I've rebooted SuperOS now three times and no crashes so this seems a stable method to use. How it react to updates of the OS I don't know yet.
I now have
and can add as many as the USB have room for.
The program do a Grub4Dos thing and one can edit the menu.lst
with the grub legacy code for such. So maybe it will have problem with grub2?
I know to little to get such but it did load the Super_OS_9.10.iso file that I reedit the menu.lst to accept. Very easy to do.
But I failed on doing Mint due to the iso file getting fragmented. I have to use what they suggest to defragment because error message says that they need to be a consecutive file and not fragmented all over. So I get back and tell if I succeed to defragment it some hour from now
But wow thanks indeed for telling me about this way to do it. SuperOS worked like a charm and Puppy Stardust too and the two ubuntu did not get confused AFAIK.
Edit from within SuperOS on the Miltiboot USB.
It is very important that the iso file on the USB is a consecutive area. One have to defragment it with winconfig or similar linux application program. SuperOS worked and Puppylinux worked but then my 4GB mem stick had not enoough room for a consecutive area to defragment to so I will reformat it and start all over.
Now. I want this to work on the HDD. should not that work?
are there something special about USB or the boot process?