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Re: Modifying mklivecd to install to usb drive
On 28 March 2014 16:03, Ottavio Caruso
> And, to make things even more complicated, would it be at least
> theoretically possible to install a live system onto a fat32
> filesystem without repartitioning the drive, that is using something
> like syslinux as a boot loader?
I am sorry. I am having a second thought.
Obviously syslinux can boot an .iso image directly, therefore the
creation of a usb live image is not necessary.
However the first time I tried to install a proper Netbsd system on my
laptop, I tried a poor man's approach using just syslinux and an .iso
image and I couldn't boot the installation cd.
So the question remains: would the .iso created by
pkgsrc/sysutils/mklivecd boot from syslinux?
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