Testing modified grub2 (grubx64.efi) Rambooting VHDs
The sugested commands:
map --mem --rt /VHD/Mini-10-UEFI.vhd
Didn't work fist time as VHD/Mini-10-UEFI.vhd is located on the UEFI bootable HD, second partition, so it didn't found it.
To make things simple I copied it to UEFI bootable FAT-32 first partition root and used this command:
map --mem --rt /Mini-10-UEFI.vhd
It Rambooted very fine, this was a 2,046 MB VHD, then copied to same drive the 2,360 MB (2.3 GB) version to VHD folder, and used following commands:
map --mem --rt /VHD/Mini-10-UEFI-2.vhd
It also Rambooted fine, not a single issue.
I can confirm this modified grubx64.efi is capable to Ramboot a VHD just exactly as grub4dos for UEFI. Congratulations my friend!!!!
I have 2 questions:
On my spanish keyboard some letters and simbols are located on diferent location, and also typing is very prone to commit mistakes, how can I create and run a pre-made config file for this version?
Note: Please see post No. 114 for additional info about this request.
As I want to be able to Ramboot the VHDs with both options, I need a few more info about this:
grub4dos for UEFI is capable to load on Ram *.gz and *.lz4 compresed files (or VHDs in this case), is your modified grubx64.efi capable to do that too?
Thanks for sharing with us your new grub2 version.