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  1. #1
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    Default bt3.iso too big with ati.lzm


    Hello,

    escuse me for my poor english and mistake, escuse me alo if I post in wrong topic

    with BT2, I have added 'ati.lzm' in 'module' and make iso, it's good !
    foun at :

    h t t p ://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/linux/linux-radeon.html

    I have an 'ati mobility radeon x700'.

    now with BT3, I do the same, but iso file is to big for burning on cd, my computer don't boot from usb stick.
    how can I reduce bt3.iso file ? what module can I delete ?

    I just want use bt3 in live cd, because :
    - I don't speak english
    - linux is too hard to understand it for me
    - I have too many computer harware problem (tested slax or unbutu or mandrake with wifi or ethernet or bluetooth or sound or infrared or tvcard - under linux I use wifi with usb dongle, that's all - under windows XP no problem)
    my computer is a Targa Traveller 856WA MT34

    http : // www . service.targa.co.uk/faq.php?lang_id=2&baseid=129&artid=708&artdesc=Tar ga%20Traveller%20856WA%20MT34&artpic=Traveller856W A_140.jpg&serial=&func2=2

    and it have a special linux partition bootable

    http : // www . targa.co.uk/index.jsp?SID=0&NAV=1398&DOC=529&PAGE=&PCAT=&PROD= &PTUBE=&PARAMS=&PARAMS2=F&SPCAREA=undefined

    I search 'ati' or 'ATI' in search module, I read some post but don't find or understand (too technical) anything

    can you help me ?

    ps: links are without spaces

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    Wrong section. You could delete the milw0rm.lzm

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    Wrong section. You could delete the milw0rm.lzm

    thank you for moving my post in right section.

    milw0rm.lzm is 4 224 Ko and ati.lzm 11 456 Ko, is not enough
    why I can't burn 'my-bt3.iso' made under bt2 (too big for a cd) on a dvd

  4. #4
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    Don't know if there is an easier solution, but there is a pdf by Gene Bransfield with instructions on how to customize BT3 using VMware and then creating a DVD Iso image.

    You can find it in the Wiki.

    vale

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