| | Version 0.24d
Well, one of my principles, the goal is always to achieve with minimal effort.
So I have a 0.24d on the first page at the back made everything should work as usual (as far as I could test it).
If, however, a SATA (SSD) boot stick to it you only have to have the kernel command line Enable the drive with root = / dev/sdb2 rootfstype = ext3 kernel and initramfs is already in the flash booting from the SATA as the usual USB, and we can in spite of the kernel command line with Dumbo quite normal boot the flash image, because the initramfs kernel itself is so clever in the 1.0 kernel command line when asked to ignore any *. autoexec_dm is found and the flash to boot.
We simply test if it works so easily, and if so, it remains easy for the first time Sun
The above-proposed variant without kernel command line to boot from the SATA is apparent for such a small circle just not worth the hassle because it is so indeed works.
So please test and report whether the 0.24d now works stable again.
ضع تعليق باستخدام حساب الفيس بوك