Lots of menu. Linux users can install grub4dos using BootIce. MS-DOS 4. Part 1 is the boot code which does not actually exist as a file and so cannot be easily seen.
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EXE to the syslinux folder on the drive containing your Syslinux files and add an entry to the Syslinux configuration file syslinux. EXE to the root of the drive containing your Syslinux files and add following entry to syslinux. Copy grub. Load From Linux kexec Following was tested using ubuntu Linux version 8.
Using Puppy Linux version 4. Hear is a way you might want to follow: Step 1. For NTFS, you need to get the beginning 16 sectors. For other type of filesystems, you only need to get one sector, but getting more sectors is also ok. Step 2. Run this: bootlace. For NTFS partitions, you must specify --ntfs option. For ext2 partitions, you can omit --vfat, --ntfs and --ext2 options, but other options should be specified.
Step 3. TMP back on to the boot sector s of your original partition hdX,Y. Note2: Under Linux you may directly write the partition. That is to say, Step 1 and Step 3 are not needed. Note3: grubinst has the feature of installing grldr boot code onto a partiton boot area. Use bootlace. Copy grldr to hd0,1 and set hd0,1 as active.
Grub4dos Guide - Configuration File Entries
As the image file has been mapped as hd0 and the map --hook command has been issued, this will boot the MBR of the image file. In this case the root command cannot be used as the whole disk cannot be mounted. It would however be possible to use the root command if chainloading a partition within the disk image - e. When directly mapping a hard disk image the image file must have a valid MBR. An image with multiple partitions should be mapped as a hd type device. If the hard disk image file is of a single partition without MBR , then it should be mapped as a floppy disk. Disk Swapping An example of when you might use the map command to change the disk order occurs when booting from a USB device e.
Grub4dos Guide - Loading/Installing Grub4dos From Linux
Grub4dos Guide - Map Command