Joined: Dec. 2004
||Posted: Jan. 24 2005,22:55
I'm running DSL Embedded using the default dsl-windows.bat, but with "mydsl=hdb" added to the -append section. The qemu line is as follows:
START qemu\qemu.exe -L qemu/ -enable-audio -localtime -kernel linux24 -initrd minirt24.gz -hda KNOPPIX/knoppix -hdb qemu/harddisk -append "qemu sb=0x220,5,1,1 frugal quiet mydsl=hdb"
My problem is I have a fair amount of .DSL plugins that need to be loaded and the ramdisk created (default ~96 MB) is not large enough to load all of them.
Here is the error message I receive when an extension can't load: "tar: Write error, no space left on device."
I'm assuming there is a boot option or some other setting that will let me increase the size of the ramdisk that is created. I have already increased the size of the virtual disk to 512 MB and would like to maximize the use of RAM for the ramdisk to accommodate that size harddisk full of DSL extensions.