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Re: booting iso image having syslinux

From: J.Bakshi
Subject: Re: booting iso image having syslinux
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 17:18:22 +0530

On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 4:16 PM, Vladimir 'phcoder'
Serbinenko<address@hidden> wrote:
>>> It's not an issue. Just bypass the syslinux and boot the kernel you
>>> want with options you want and initrd you want using linux and initrd
>>> commands
>>>> Thanks
>> I have done that and here is the menu entry
>> ```````````````````
>> menuentry "gparted"
>> {
>> loopback loop (hd0,2)/gparted-live-0.4.5-2.iso
>> linux (loop)/live/vmlinuz1 union=aufs boot=live noswap noprompt
>> vga=791 toram ip=frommedia nolocales isofrom=/gparted-live-0.4.5-2.iso
>> initrd (loop)/live/initrd1.img
>> }
>> `````````````````````````
>> and grub reports "invalid magic number "  Obviously the
>> gparted-live-0.4.5-2.iso is located at the second partition of my usb
>> stick and the file system is reiserfs.  The options with kernel is
>> collected from the syslinux.cfg file
> Are you sure your kernel /live/vmlinuz1 is correct? Check that iso was
> copied correctly (chacksum)

Thanks for your kind guidance.
The kernel path is correct. But after getting your response, I have
downloaded the iso again and overwrite the existing one in usb-stick.
Also check the md5sum and it is correct. And something *NEW* has
happend this time. No more error like before ( invalid magic number )
.  Though not sucees yet. Now grub display "Linux-bzimage" and just
stick there. No further progress.

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