Joined: Sep. 2005
||Posted: Aug. 02 2007,10:27
Is the file ldlinux.sys present on your USB stick? Roberts mentioned elsewhere:
The lack of the ldlinux.sys is caused by the failure of the syslinux command, typically
This seems to happen more frequently on larger drives.
A work-around seems to be...
Create a .mtoolsrc file which contains mtools_skip_check=1
echo "mtools_skip_check=1" > .mtoolsrc
Then running the usbhdd script seems to correct the problem.
I will add the .mtoolsrc file to the next release.
If you use ext2, there is no particular need for more than one partition unless you want to go this way. I never tried ext3...
|Ext3 or ext2 should I create for the linux second partition?|