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    Thank you very much to all the people involved! Downloading right now at a very acceptable speed Can't wait to fool around with this next version!

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    excellent, thanks to all you people who made this possible,
    looking forward to trying it out, using unetbootin as we speak.

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    tnx for the bt4, it looks great!!

    I post a little quicke howto get the bt4 up and running "live with changes"
    from windows.

    download the iso from first page.
    format a sd or usb-stick in fat32, (I suppose 1gb would do it but I prefer 2gb)
    open the iso with winrar or other iso prog.
    transfer the 2 directories "boot" and "BT4" to the card or usb.
    when ready open the boot directory on the card and run "bootinst.bat"
    now your card should be bootable, put the sd or usb in the computer and boot.
    login with root, toor, startx.
    when you see the desktop open konqueror and type /mnt in adress bar, and you will se your mounted drives, look for the boot BT4 directory and make a new folder named "changes".
    remember what name your direcory have (in my case sdb1).

    open boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg in a text editor, and edit the last line in

    LABEL BT4
    MENU LABEL BT4 Beta - Console
    KERNEL /boot/vmlinuz
    APPEND vga=0x311 initrd=/boot/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=6666 rw root=/dev/ram0 changes=/dev/sdb1 quiet

    where changes=/dev/sdb1 corsponds to your bt4 direcotory

    reboot and start make whatever changes you want and it should be saved.

    a tip is to edit the timeout figure in syslinux.cfg to: TIMEOUT 4

    run this on my asus eee 701 (thats why I have vga=0x311) works great.

    tnx again for the relese.


    ps
    you could of course make the "changes" folder in windows and just edit the syslinux.cfg after boot

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    excellent work guys and thankyou muts and every one how made this!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aspekt9 View Post
    Can the ISO be adapted to a USB version?
    Yes, check here:

    http://www.pendrivelinux.com/usb-bac...llation/print/

    It's for BT3, works also for BT4.
    Don't eat yellow snow :rolleyes:

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    Thanks Muts, Dev appreciate all the work really ....

    its really fast in booting amazing speed i try both the vmware & HDD install in Fujitsu .. thanks for effort , nights u spend in wonderful dis
    How you spend your time is more important than how you spend your money. Money mistakes can be corrected, but time is gone forever. David Norris

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    Default BT4beta Forums now live

    The BT4beta forum/sub-forums are now live.
    Please use them for all comments/reports

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    Downloading now, great mirrors, getting my full 950 KB/s
    Cheers devs

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    Superb work, team. I'll be a happy betatester now.
    I have the card in me head, but you have the memory problems?

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    Cheers for all the good work devs.

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