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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Version 6.8 is out, it has lots of bugfixes.

    @buttate_la_pasta: I don't have that version of Hiren's, and I probably won't have the time soon to get to supporting it.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Version 6.8 is out, it has lots of bugfixes.
    Hi! Found a bug. When making a multicd using partedmagic-6.6-i686.iso (lastest stable release) the boot process fails as pmagic can never be booted. Boot manager just stays looping at automatic boot. The iso works fine on its own.

    To reproduce: Download syslinux-4.04.tar.gz and place it inside multicd folder. Rename it as syslinux.tar.gz. Copy partedmagic-6.6.iso to multicd folder and rename it to pmagic.iso. (I also added slitaz and sysrcd just for the sake of trying). Run multicd from terminal. Everything will go fine.

    Tested in virtualbox. If I edit the 1. Default settings (Runs from RAM) entry inside PartedMagic boot section to
    Code:
    /pmagic/bzImage initrd=/pmagic/initramfs ro
    The distro will boot.
    Original line contains the following
    Code:
    .com32 linux.c32 /pmagic/bzImage initrd=/pmagic/initramfs edd=off load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw vga=normal loglevel=9 max_loop=256 vmalloc=256MiB
    Can you please fix it?

    Thanks

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    It will be fixed in the newest version on the git repository (once I can upload it). Thanks.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Greetings,

    with the latest git source I get the following when i try to compile any iso:

    -> ./multicd.sh -i
    ./plugins/centos-boot.sh: line 82: syntax error: unexpected end of file
    ./plugins/centos-boot.sh: line 82: syntax error: unexpected end of file

    even if I remove the centos.sh I still get:

    ./multicd.sh -i
    ./plugins/scientific-boot.sh: line 27: syntax error near unexpected token `elif'
    ./plugins/scientific-boot.sh: line 27: syntax error near unexpected token `elif'


    So I've reverted back to the previous git compilation. Any suggestions as to why i get these errors?
    BTW,opensuse 11.4

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    iomari,

    just edit the file ./plugins/centos-boot.sh adding a "fi" (no quotes) at the end of the file, line 82. Then edit the file ./plugins/scientific-boot.sh (at the end of line 25 there's a typo) change "thne" to "then" (again, no quotes). Hope it helps, cheers

    Everybody,
    I'm having a problem with TinyCore/MultiCore and multicd-6.8.sh.
    Using multicore_3.8.4.iso, the script tries and fails to download SYSLINUX (“pub/linux/utils/boot/syslinux”not found)
    With MultiCore 4.0.1 (current release) there's no bzImage in .../multicd/temporary-mountpoints/tinycore/boot/
    What do I do?

    Thanks in advance
    ASENSIO
    Last edited by asensio; October 12th, 2011 at 12:09 AM.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Thanks. It worked.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    It seems the download URL to Syslinux is down... I changed it in the multicd-6.8.sh file, changed it to (lines 1892 and 1898): http://mirror.muntinternet.net/pub/l...ux-4.04.tar.gz.

    But I keep getting the Tinycore error... could someone help?
    Thanks

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    How can I differentiate Ubuntu 32bits, Ubuntu 64bits from Xubuntu and Lubuntu? Because when I create the CD I end up with 4 files called Ubuntu and once burned turned out to be 4 copies of the same version.
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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    I use this - uname -m in Ubuntu, not sure if same in other versions?

    if [ $(uname -m) == 'x86_64' ]; then
    # 64-bit
    apt-get install w64codecs libdvdcss2
    else
    # 32-bit
    apt-get install w32codecs libdvdcss2
    fi
    For more info on UEFI boot install & repair - Regularly Updated :
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2147295
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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    OK, that's for 32, 64 bits, but what about he other 2 distros? multicd marks them as Ubuntu, and there is my huge problem. Xubuntu and Lubuntu ends up as Ubuntu.
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