On Fri, 2004-09-03 at 10:19, Jim Cornette wrote:
Ow Mun Heng wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-07-21 at 09:57, Jim Cornette wrote:
>>I attempted to install FC3T1 on a USB drive using expert mode. It seems
>>that all the proper files installed on the disk. The disk is a laptop
>>disk contained inside a usb - ATA adapter and seems to work with the
>>proper modeles loaded.
> You can install it.. but as far as I can tell, you won't be able to boot
> into it unless you tweak the initrd
>>Are there any plans to get the module needed to mount USB disks loaded
>>soon enough to be able to boot from these disks.
>>My grub.conf file is in the attached file.
>>There is a lot of interest in getting this concept to work.
> This concept works. I've gotten it to work. As mentioned, you need to
> get the initrd to load up the usb modules and you're all set.
Thanks for the response. It would be decent to have a ready-made setup
that works without a lot of tweaking. But since this is a hobby, I'll
learn in the process when attempting to get the usb drive to boot up.
I did chroot to the usb installation and do some tinkering with the USB
installation, but that was all that I tried so far. The chrooted
environment was educational and I learned some processes that Linux has,
so it wasn't a total loss.
Oh.. you don't really have to chroot. You just
have to copy your new
initrd to the usb drive's boot directory and edit your grub.conf
So live that you wouldn't be ashamed to sell the family parrot to the
Ow Mun Heng
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