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Old 12-19-2009, 08:02 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by carltm View Post
Okay, now that we know more about your environment, we know several things
that are not causing the problem.

You might want to describe how you're designing the cd and what sources
you are using for the executables and libraries.
So, I download grub1.97 sources and installed it in the folder "/home/.../Desktop/boot" for example with option --prefix="/home/.../Desktop/boot" on my main system. Then I copy all data from this folder to folder with my distribution.

"/home/.../Desktop/boot/*" consists of folders "lib", "bin", "sbin", "etc", "share", "boot". The same structure I have seen in Ubuntu 9.10 livecd.
 
  


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