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Old 09-30-2017, 09:40 AM   #1
dalvikvm
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Adding Kon-boot to GRUB2


I just installed Debian on my external hard drive and it boots fine (GRUB2 is on my external hard drive). After running update-grub it detected logical partitions with Windows Recovery and Windows installer but not Kon-boot. I just copy-pasted the files for Winre/Windows installer/Kon-boot to their respective partition.

Kon-boot files are:

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EFI    konboot.img  konbootOLD.img  konexec64.exe
grldr  konboot.lst  konexec32.exe   menu.lst
How do I chainload konboot's grldr even if the external hdd is plugged-in on different device/computer?

Will other entries work even if the external hdd is plugged-in also on different/computer?
 
  


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