Joined: Oct. 2006
||Posted: Oct. 14 2006,20:08
|Quote (bert003 @ Oct. 09 2006,09:32)|
|just add -hda \\:\h:|
where h: is the pendrive driver letter (in my case it was h:)
then once in dsl, create a directory (ex: named pendrive) and use the mount command like this:
mount /dev/hda pendrive
I have the same problem, i dont know where and how to reach my USB so I can use DSL-embedded to make an USB install inside WinXP.
I did try the quoted suggestion (but instead of "pendrive", my mountpoint is "/mnt/usb" which i created):
mount: /dev/hda already mounted or usb busy
mount: according to mtab, /dev/hda is mounted on /KNOPPIX
My dsl-windows.bat looks like this
|Code Sample |
|REM Start qemu on windows.|
START qemu\qemu.exe -L qemu/ -hda \\:\h: -no-kqemu -m 128 -soundhw sb16 -localtime -kernel linux24 -initrd minirt24.gz -hda KNOPPIX/knoppix -hdb qemu/harddisk -append "qemu sb=0x220,5,1,5 frugal quiet modules=hdb noscsi nousb nofirewire atapicd noideraid noacpi acpi=off noapm noagp ide1=noprobe ide2=noprobe nomce"