Originally Posted by linus72
that's basically right
you gotta copy the kernel and initrd from the iso to usb
whereever the kernel/initrd are at in the iso, then re-create that same folder
like, if kernel initrd is in /boot folder
then put kernel initrd in /boot folder of usb
to see which kernel/initrd are in the iso
make a folder to mount the iso on named "mnt"
make a folder to copy the kernel intrd, etc to from iso, named iso
become root and
mount the iso
"mount -o loop name-of-iso.iso mnt"
now you can llok in the folder "mnt" and the contents of the iso will be there
to copy kernel/initrd from iso
"cp -a mnt/kernel-name iso"
copy kernel to folder iso
just remember to UNMOUNT the mnt folder
yes yes yes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I got it to work man
I tried it with ubuntu ISO and it worked
Now i am going to try with the iso i have hopefully that will work too
this sounds pretty awesome
Thanks to this forum now i atleast know that this is possible
I still might need ur help below is the isolinux.cfg file content of my iso
append initrd=initrd.img text
append initrd=initrd.img ks=cdrom:/bnc.cfg
append initrd=initrd.img ks=cdrom:/rdc.cfg
I know this is pretty complex but how can i get this to work ?
or can i get this file itself to boot??