Joined: April 2004
||Posted: Nov. 11 2004,21:54
|Quote (ewanrg @ Nov. 11 2004,16:13)|
|Quote (henk1955 @ Nov. 10 2004,16:43)|
|there is a harddisk image called harddisk is 60Mb in the dsl-windows.bat you see -hda harddisk|
you can use that to store dl'd *.dsl.
Is there a way to make that file larger (instead of 60 megs maybe a Gig or two), or to refer to other volumes on an external HD?
Along the same lines, how would I setup the reference to use the DL'd DSL automagically when I reboot?
1. Yes you have to create a new file...I will shortly make a "development" package or a walkthru on where to get the program to make the file, You cant refer to other volumes on other drives...and since you are using the -cdrom function you dont cant use multiple harddrives (-hda <name> -hdb <name>) I already tried! (P.S. I had a 512Meg "harddrive" install of dsl-embedded, but I deleted it, I will soon have a writeup for you to make your own)
2. Just copy the newly downloaded dsl-0.8.4.iso from the other directory, and rename it over the dsl.iso in the dsl-embedded dir and you are done.
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