|From:||PEDRO MACANAS VALVERDE|
|Subject:||RE: chain loading USB harddrive if no native USB support possible? (Gregg Levine)|
|Date:||Thu, 10 Apr 2008 08:31:07 +0200|
Michael Reichenbach escribió:
>Get Super Grub Disk.
>Super Grub Disk (With Help)
Boot & Tools
Boot Hard Disk (MBR)
>If the USB hard disk does not appear there that means that BIOS does not
offer it to grub so you are not lucky.
This is an interesting tool . Is there any Linux general tool with the same feature ? (Gparted ?).
You might need to run EASY LIVE SWAP option (Found in the first menu)
before chainloading to the usb disk... in the 3% of the situations.
>Wait/Pay for someone to implement usb functionality in grub2.
I think this would be done as soon as possible. Perhaps it could begin in SuperGrub first.
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