No offense but again overkill. No extra tools are needed, if you follow the advice from the forums here. Here again take the two folders
Originally Posted by bloody
boot, and BT and copy them to a clean usb stick.
Go to either the bootinst.bat in windows or the bootinst.sh in linux and run the program from the command line in either version.
I don't think it could get much simpler.
Your way again calls for using two usb devices. But what if I only have one?
The point being to use the least amount of anything in order to achieve the end goal of a usb stick w/ BT on it.
then I've missed something, at the first post it states something else... that's where I adressed my solution to...
can someone tell me where i cam mount the changes? i have a HD with 2 partitions and BT4 installed in a usb pen. HDx is the hard drive correct? so the usb is what? sda?
help me in this guys
You can mount the changes anywhere you want.
Originally Posted by t_virus
I think you are basically stating that you are having trouble with the "save changes part". If so:
make a directory on a partition called "changes" w/o the quotes.
edit syslinux.conf to reflect this.
Then you are done.
Generally speaking yes hdx is a hard disk drive where x is the actual drive usually starting with a. If there is a number after it then that would be the partition. Also note that in reality the hdx is indicative of IDE whereas sdx is indicative of SCSI or and kernel-level emulation of SCSI devices, like USB devices or, in some cases, CD-RW drives.
sda can be
thakx i did it ok.:D
about the persistent changes i cant do it... :( does not show in the painel.
my disk is sdc1 (BT4) and sdc2 (changes) but ''changes=/dev/sdc2'' dont work for me. i added the lines like you said... but if i type it in the beggining it does save. no so bad lol
when i try to perform the "mount" command i get the error "mount: you must specify the filesystem type". Can anyone give me some advice on how to get past this?
what is the exact command you are typing?
i type " mount /dev/sdc2 /mnt/sdc2"
error is " Mount: you must specify what filesystem"
what exactly are you trying to mount? (sorry, I should have asked this the first time)
what is the output of: df -h?
Also, I assume you are not typing the quotes with the commands.
I am trying to mount sdc2 (my partition for changes on usb). I am not putting in the quotes in these commands. when i df -h sdc2 does not appear, but sdc1 does.