Joined: Oct. 2005
||Posted: Nov. 18 2007,21:33
|Quote (^thehatsrule^ @ Nov. 18 2007,13:23)|
Not sure what you mean by 'my', but extensions should still be working - although you might have to re-download yours to get DSL 4.0 compatible icons.
|because it does not recognize some 'my' extensions.|
First of all thank you and Roberts for your fast reply.
It is not a matter of icons. I wanted to include at boot time a Wine extension, a GTK library, a NVU and a Gimp (all of them MyDSL extensions). It seems that some were 'accepted' and included in the MyDSL menu at boot time and some other did not.
Later on I tested to start the extensions from a USB pendrive instead of doing from the same CDrom, with the same results. These were extensions which already run with 3.4.5 without problems.
The way I run DSL is, making first an isolinux based multiboot disk, with DSL, some DOS images, PartedImage, and some other stuff, using the Bart's way to create a multiboot disk (see my page). The version that I am using is the embedded DSL. In this way I have also the opportunity to run the same DSL in Windows, with qemu. By doing so, I lost part of the cheatcodes in order to have a reduced boot-options menu, and only use a modified default boot option with 'toram' intruction included. Until the 4.0 version it run fine. Is with this change when I saw the problem mentioned about not being able to start MyDSL extensions from a local place. Of course I mount the CDRom before to run any extension.
Yes I know I need some time to adapt myself to the new desktop...
"What you do, do quickly." (John 13:27). Visit my page: http://www.telefonica.net/web2/ttk