Jump to content











Photo
* * * * * 1 votes

MultiBoot in AeroStudio


  • Please log in to reply
31 replies to this topic

#1 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 01 December 2010 - 07:24 PM

hi for all, I'm starting a project in AEROSTUDIO, but I'm encountering some problems that have not yet been solved.
For example, most of the images I make them start with the command grub4dos, but in a while I get an error that says can not find the device and does not continue loading the image.
The avira live cd starts up everything but the final ever, the scanner does not load.
This kind of error comes with Parted Magic, Kaspersky, Trinity Rescue Kit, Ubuntu hangs, Winternals too.
so far I could start properly was the Partition Wizard, Hiren's, Free DOS, Win XP Setup (Win 7 is still not probe)

Posted Image

I hope some help especially with the commands that should go for each image ;)
Bye!

#2 sara - pmedia

sara - pmedia

    Frequent Member

  • Lady
  • 172 posts
  • Location:tel aviv
  •  
    Israel

Posted 01 December 2010 - 08:47 PM

Before you create the graphical menu (aeroboot) Make sure the tools are working from grub4dos...
1. most Linux based .iso working only from fat32.
2. Some of them do not support direct mapping from iso so you should extract them to folders

here my commands, they all works fine

title Aero Studio 2008 (avldr.mbr)\n Uruchamia Aero Studio 2008..\n Graphic Multiboot Menu System...\n (avldr.mbr->AVLDR.BIN->AERO.SYS)

## find --set-root --ignore-floppies /images/avldr.mbr

uuid ()

pause --wait=0  Uruchamianie Aero Studio 2008.. (avldr.mbr)...

chainloader /images/avldr.mbr



title  run win7 

root (hd0,0)

chainloader (hd0,0)/bootmgr



title  run Bartbe Minixp

root (hd0,1)

chainloader (hd0,1)/PELDR



title  install win7 

root (hd0,1)

chainloader (hd0,1)/bootmgr



title  Mini Windows Xp

find --set-root /grldr

chainloader (hd0,0)/HBCD/XPLOADER.BIN



title ERD COMMANDER 2005

ls /IMAGES/erd.ISO || find --set-root /IMAGES/erd.ISO

map --mem /IMAGES/XP_INST.IMA (fd0)

map --mem /IMAGES/XP_INST.IMA (fd1)

map --mem /IMAGES/erd.ISO (0xFF)

# map (hd0) (hd1)

# map (hd1) (hd0)

map --hook

chainloader (0xFF)/I386/SETUPLDR.BIN





title Limp Media Player

map /limp.iso (hd32)

map --hook

chainloader (hd32)

boot





title kav_rescue_10.iso

find --set-root /1.iso

map /1.iso (0xff)

map --hook

root (0xff)

kernel /isolinux/vmlinuz iso-scan/filename=/1.iso append max_loop=255 vga=791  init=linuxrc

initrd /isolinux/initrd.lzm

boot







title fsecure

kernel /fsecure/linux append ramdisk_size=100000 lang=en vt.default_utf8=0 vga=normal atapicd nosound noapic nolapic noacpi pnpbios=off acpi=off noscsi nodma noapm nopcmcia nofirewire noagp nomce nodhcp  loglevel=10

initrd /fsecure/minirt.gz

  

title liveinq

kernel /liveinq/vmlinuz-2.6.26-2-686 append  boot=live union=aufs live-media-path=liveinq noautologin nolocales hostname=inq

initrd=/liveinq/initrd.img-2.6.26-2-686



title memdisk

kernel /memdisk

initrd /TestDisk.imz



title plpbt

kernel /memdisk append ramdisk_size=100000

initrd /plpbt.imz

	 



title GDATA

kernel /GDATA/linux26 append ramdisk_size=100000 init=/linuxrc apm=power-off vga=791  nomce lang=en_GB.UTF-8

initrd /GDATA/minirt26.gz



title AOSS PC TOOLS

kernel /system/stage1 append root=/dev/ram0 rw rdinit=/linuxrc video=vesa:ywrap,mtrr vga=0x303 loglevel=0 splash boot=cdrom LANG=en_US

initrd /system/stage2





title DrWeb

kernel /drweb/vmlinuz append root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc init_opts=4 quiet dokeymap ID=40j1LZz2dVO1Ro2s looptype=squashfs loop=/boot/module/white.mo  usbroot slowusb  vga=791 splash=silent,theme:drweb CONSOLE=/dev/tty1

initrd /drweb/initrd



title BIT DEFENDER

kernel /KNOPPIX/linux append scandelay=1 append ramdisk_size=100000 init=/etc/init lang=en apm=power-off vga=791  nomce quiet BOOT_IMAGE=knoppix knoppix_name=KNOPPIXBD 

initrd /KNOPPIX/BitDefender/minirt.gz



title System Rescue cd

kernel /srcd/rescuecd append scandelay=1

initrd /srcd/initram.igz



title Gparted

kernel /gparted/vmlinuz boot=live union=aufs noswap vga=791 ip=frommedia nolocales live-media-path=gparted

initrd /gparted/initrd.img



title antivir

kernel /antivir/vmlinuz boot=live union=aufs noswap vga=769 ramdisk_size=133551 root=/dev/ram0 rw  console=/dev/vc/4

initrd /antivir/initrd.gz



title AVG

kernel /AVG/vmlinuz append max_loop=255 vga=791  init=linuxrc

initrd /AVG/initrd.lzm



title Parted Magic 

kernel /pmagic/bzImage APPEND edd=off noapic load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw loglevel=0 vga=791 livemedia noeject max_loop=256 keymap=us

initrd /pmagic/initramfs



title Parted Magic From Ram

kernel /pmagic/bzImage APPEND edd=off noapic load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw vga=791 loglevel=0 max_loop=256 keymap=us

initrd /pmagic/initramfs



title Partition Wizard 

kernel /partitionwizard/BZIMAGE ramdisk_size=92160 root=/dev/ram0 rw

initrd /partitionwizard/tinycore.gz



title VBA rescue

kernel /vba/kernel quiet vga=0x315

initrd /vba/initrd

enjoy

#3 Jamal H. Naji

Jamal H. Naji

    Frequent Member

  • Tutorial Writer
  • 178 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 01 December 2010 - 09:44 PM

Sara, this is Very good, clean, straight forward into subject, elegant style, correct info, you could easily be a tutorial writer with such style, and not as many advanced and super advanced members here use to link you to nonsense links that leads you to more confusion.. Very good again, and thank you.

#4 sara - pmedia

sara - pmedia

    Frequent Member

  • Lady
  • 172 posts
  • Location:tel aviv
  •  
    Israel

Posted 01 December 2010 - 10:31 PM

Thanks for the compliment ;)
I only return what I got here in boot-land :)

#5 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 02 December 2010 - 02:39 AM

Before you create the graphical menu (aeroboot) Make sure the tools are working from grub4dos...
1. most Linux based .iso working only from fat32.
2. Some of them do not support direct mapping from iso so you should extract them to folders

here my commands, they all works fine

title Aero Studio 2008 (avldr.mbr)\n Uruchamia Aero Studio 2008..\n Graphic Multiboot Menu System...\n (avldr.mbr->AVLDR.BIN->AERO.SYS)

## find --set-root --ignore-floppies /images/avldr.mbr

uuid ()

pause --wait=0  Uruchamianie Aero Studio 2008.. (avldr.mbr)...

chainloader /images/avldr.mbr



title  run win7 

root (hd0,0)

chainloader (hd0,0)/bootmgr



title  run Bartbe Minixp

root (hd0,1)

chainloader (hd0,1)/PELDR



title  install win7 

root (hd0,1)

chainloader (hd0,1)/bootmgr



title  Mini Windows Xp

find --set-root /grldr

chainloader (hd0,0)/HBCD/XPLOADER.BIN



title ERD COMMANDER 2005

ls /IMAGES/erd.ISO || find --set-root /IMAGES/erd.ISO

map --mem /IMAGES/XP_INST.IMA (fd0)

map --mem /IMAGES/XP_INST.IMA (fd1)

map --mem /IMAGES/erd.ISO (0xFF)

# map (hd0) (hd1)

# map (hd1) (hd0)

map --hook

chainloader (0xFF)/I386/SETUPLDR.BIN





title Limp Media Player

map /limp.iso (hd32)

map --hook

chainloader (hd32)

boot





title kav_rescue_10.iso

find --set-root /1.iso

map /1.iso (0xff)

map --hook

root (0xff)

kernel /isolinux/vmlinuz iso-scan/filename=/1.iso append max_loop=255 vga=791  init=linuxrc

initrd /isolinux/initrd.lzm

boot







title fsecure

kernel /fsecure/linux append ramdisk_size=100000 lang=en vt.default_utf8=0 vga=normal atapicd nosound noapic nolapic noacpi pnpbios=off acpi=off noscsi nodma noapm nopcmcia nofirewire noagp nomce nodhcp  loglevel=10

initrd /fsecure/minirt.gz

  

title liveinq

kernel /liveinq/vmlinuz-2.6.26-2-686 append  boot=live union=aufs live-media-path=liveinq noautologin nolocales hostname=inq

initrd=/liveinq/initrd.img-2.6.26-2-686



title memdisk

kernel /memdisk

initrd /TestDisk.imz



title plpbt

kernel /memdisk append ramdisk_size=100000

initrd /plpbt.imz

	 



title GDATA

kernel /GDATA/linux26 append ramdisk_size=100000 init=/linuxrc apm=power-off vga=791  nomce lang=en_GB.UTF-8

initrd /GDATA/minirt26.gz



title AOSS PC TOOLS

kernel /system/stage1 append root=/dev/ram0 rw rdinit=/linuxrc video=vesa:ywrap,mtrr vga=0x303 loglevel=0 splash boot=cdrom LANG=en_US

initrd /system/stage2





title DrWeb

kernel /drweb/vmlinuz append root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc init_opts=4 quiet dokeymap ID=40j1LZz2dVO1Ro2s looptype=squashfs loop=/boot/module/white.mo  usbroot slowusb  vga=791 splash=silent,theme:drweb CONSOLE=/dev/tty1

initrd /drweb/initrd



title BIT DEFENDER

kernel /KNOPPIX/linux append scandelay=1 append ramdisk_size=100000 init=/etc/init lang=en apm=power-off vga=791  nomce quiet BOOT_IMAGE=knoppix knoppix_name=KNOPPIXBD 

initrd /KNOPPIX/BitDefender/minirt.gz



title System Rescue cd

kernel /srcd/rescuecd append scandelay=1

initrd /srcd/initram.igz



title Gparted

kernel /gparted/vmlinuz boot=live union=aufs noswap vga=791 ip=frommedia nolocales live-media-path=gparted

initrd /gparted/initrd.img



title antivir

kernel /antivir/vmlinuz boot=live union=aufs noswap vga=769 ramdisk_size=133551 root=/dev/ram0 rw  console=/dev/vc/4

initrd /antivir/initrd.gz



title AVG

kernel /AVG/vmlinuz append max_loop=255 vga=791  init=linuxrc

initrd /AVG/initrd.lzm



title Parted Magic 

kernel /pmagic/bzImage APPEND edd=off noapic load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw loglevel=0 vga=791 livemedia noeject max_loop=256 keymap=us

initrd /pmagic/initramfs



title Parted Magic From Ram

kernel /pmagic/bzImage APPEND edd=off noapic load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw vga=791 loglevel=0 max_loop=256 keymap=us

initrd /pmagic/initramfs



title Partition Wizard 

kernel /partitionwizard/BZIMAGE ramdisk_size=92160 root=/dev/ram0 rw

initrd /partitionwizard/tinycore.gz



title VBA rescue

kernel /vba/kernel quiet vga=0x315

initrd /vba/initrd

enjoy



This is all I need, thank you very much..
P.D.: do you know why some ISO's like Kaspersky disk and Trinity Rescue can't find the "squashfiles" if you started it by the command:
map /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff)
map --hook
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)



Thanks again!!! ;)

#6 sara - pmedia

sara - pmedia

    Frequent Member

  • Lady
  • 172 posts
  • Location:tel aviv
  •  
    Israel

Posted 02 December 2010 - 08:40 AM

This is all I need, thank you very much..
P.D.: do you know why some ISO's like Kaspersky disk and Trinity Rescue can't find the "squashfiles" if you started it by the command:
map /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff)
map --hook
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)



Thanks again!!! ;)


again , First. Verify that the files are in fat32
then Make sure the correct commands is there
if my kaspasky comand not work for you, you may use jamal tutorial http://www.boot-land...?...0&hl=rescue

or you can use automat usb build for all linux based with sardu and than convert isolinux menu items to grub4dos

Good luck

#7 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 02 December 2010 - 06:11 PM

Sara, this is Very good, clean, straight forward into subject, elegant style, correct info, you could easily be a tutorial writer with such style, and not as many advanced and super advanced members here use to link you to nonsense links that leads you to more confusion.. Very good again, and thank you.


actually Advanced users give those nonsense link so that tutorials writer like you can read them and write some tutorials.

instead of acting so cocky you can show some gratitude to them.

#8 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 11:47 AM

actually Advanced users give those nonsense link so that tutorials writer like you can read them and write some tutorials.

instead of acting so cocky you can show some gratitude to them.

created a new account just to say that? sure that you are know in the forum, one that is hidden in the anonymity to say what he wants because he has't the guts to say it with the original profile.
If you have a problem with somebody, please use the PM and leave this post. :cheers:

#9 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 12:57 PM

again , First. Verify that the files are in fat32
then Make sure the correct commands is there
if my kaspasky comand not work for you, you may use jamal tutorial http://www.boot-land...?...0&hl=rescue

or you can use automat usb build for all linux based with sardu and than convert isolinux menu items to grub4dos

Good luck

with jamal's method, the KASPERSKY utility increases size almost twice, because you have to copy the SQUASHFILES among other things, but apparently no way for another solution.
and with your method, give me an error.. I gonna put a pic

#10 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 12:59 PM

created a new account just to say that? sure that you are know in the forum, one that is hidden in the anonymity to say what he wants because he has't the guts to say it with the original profile.
If you have a problem with somebody, please use the PM and leave this post. :cheers:


created a new account just to say that? sure that you are know in the forum, one that is hidden in the anonymity to say what he wants because he has't the guts to say it with the original profile.
If you have a problem with somebody, please use the PM and leave this post. :cheers:


same thing can be said about you. and no one can guarantee that whether you are fake or real.neither for me.
but that doesn't matter . the thing which matter is what is being "said".
i just pointed out the truth.Now if you find that truth bitter , its doesn't change that truth.
you wasn't discuss that i am ready.

i have been reading this forum for a long time( about one year) .
and i have found that users here are very knowledgeable and very humble at the same time.
No matter how knowledgeable they are , whenever they have been pointed about mistakes in their replies .... they politely agreed and accept their mistakes making necessary corrections to their replies. By accepting their mistakes and making necessary changes they make sure that someone reading their post doesn't get the wrong concepts.
But soon a wannabe tutorial writer Jamal enter the scene. he just start churning out tutorials on topics that were so simple , that they never needed a tutorial in the first place. the tutorials were written so unnecessary lengthy that someone reading them can die from exhaustion.

the regular and advanced users( including users who have just basic knowledge about booting stuff) were surprised at the fact that a tutorial on such easy topics can be so ridiculously lengthy.

Now question among users here in boot-land was....
can these ridiculous tutorials have any usefulness??

Yes they were and for the following reasons:
1) boot-land is a public form and every one is allow to express their opinion no matter how ridiculous or absurd it is as long it is not threatening or nasty)
2) these tutorials can be useful for super noobs.
(you can see some super noobs going banana over the tutorials of jamal . while normal boot-land users watching with rolling eyes thinking about how noob one can be.)

if you ask me is jamal doing something wrong here .....my answer will be..NO!!. if it is helping noobs ...so it be. it is good...nothing wrong with that.

But story doesn't end here . Our so called Super tutorial writer soon starts writing about topics on which he had no thorough knowledge.
hence some tutorials start showing some serious mistakes.users here on boot-land pointed out those mistakes. but our super tutorial writer here don't like being corrected.
so mistakes were never accepted, instead suddenly a whole army of users with new account start appearing on those thread harassing members of boot-land.

Now you can think whether those accounts were real or just fake accounts.



And to moderator : I want to know whats the limit of tolerance here on boot-land for those stupid long debates between "super-noobs with big mouths(some of jamal's fans)" AND "sincere users on boot-land" who have actually contributed something to this forum over a long period.

#11 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 01:25 PM

same thing can be said about you. and no one can guarantee that whether you are fake or real.neither for me.
but that doesn't matter . the thing which matter is what is being "said".
i just pointed out the truth.Now if you find that truth bitter , its doesn't change that truth.
you wasn't discuss that i am ready.

i have been reading this forum for a long time( about one year) .
and i have found that users here are very knowledgeable and very humble at the same time.
No matter how knowledgeable they are , whenever they have been pointed about mistakes in their replies .... they politely agreed and accept their mistakes making necessary corrections to their replies. By accepting their mistakes and making necessary changes they make sure that someone reading their post doesn't get the wrong concepts.
But soon a wannabe tutorial writer Jamal enter the scene. he just start churning out tutorials on topics that were so simple , that they never needed a tutorial in the first place. the tutorials were written so unnecessary lengthy that someone reading them can die from exhaustion.

the regular and advanced users( including users who have just basic knowledge about booting stuff) were surprised at the fact that a tutorial on such easy topics can be so ridiculously lengthy.

Now question among users here in boot-land was....
can these ridiculous tutorials have any usefulness??

Yes they were and for the following reasons:
1) boot-land is a public form and every one is allow to express their opinion no matter how ridiculous or absurd it is as long it is not threatening or nasty)
2) these tutorials can be useful for super noobs.
(you can see some super noobs going banana over the tutorials of jamal . while normal boot-land users watching with rolling eyes thinking about how noob one can be.)

if you ask me is jamal doing something wrong here .....my answer will be..NO!!. if it is helping noobs ...so it be. it is good...nothing wrong with that.

But story doesn't end here . Our so called Super tutorial writer soon starts writing about topics on which he had no thorough knowledge.
hence some tutorials start showing some serious mistakes.users here on boot-land pointed out those mistakes. but our super tutorial writer here don't like being corrected.
so mistakes were never accepted, instead suddenly a whole army of users with new account start appearing on those thread harassing members of boot-land.

Now you can think whether those accounts were real or just fake accounts.



And to moderator : I want to know whats the limit of tolerance here on boot-land for those stupid long debates between "super-noobs with big mouths(some of jamal's fans)" AND "sincere users on boot-land" who have actually contributed something to this forum over a long period.



I only questioned why you create a new profile to express yourself, if you have a problem with someone why not use your original profile to say all you want? :cheers:

Afraid of reprisals?
To lose friends?
to be dumb?
Know that the moderators can view your IP rather than use a different account? :cheers:

#12 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 02:16 PM

I only questioned why you create a new profile to express yourself, if you have a problem with someone why not use your original profile to say all you want? :cheers:


Afraid of reprisals?
To lose friends?
to be dumb?
Know that the moderators can view your IP rather than use a different account? :cheers:


well as you are repeatedly asking why am i not using original. The point is their is no original . this is my original profile. if you wan't to imagine such things you can imagine. thats not my style.

i am not afraid if moderators can see my ip . cause i don't have any other account on this website.
FYI any one can use web proxy server to hide his proxy ......... may be you can learn some tricks from me , if you behave nicely)

The reason i am being so harsh is cause there have been so much stupidity going on this forum for some time that i have to create a account to reply , so that this stupidity can be stopped. may be moderators here can listen to me.

Edited by jamesboxy, 03 December 2010 - 02:48 PM.


#13 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 02:49 PM

well as you are repeatedly asking why am i not using original. Th point is their is no original . thats my original profile. if you wan't to imagine such things you can imagine. thats not my style.

i am not afraid if moderators can see my ip . cause i don't have any other account on this website.
FYI any one can use web proxy to hide his proxy ......... may be you can learn some tricks from me , if you behave nicely, but you can't control your big mouth.

The reason i am being so harsh is cause there have been so much stupidity going on this forum for some time that i have to create a account to reply , so that this stupidity can be stopped. may be moderators here can listen to me.

Really you can hide your really IP with anonymous :cheers: proxy servers???? :cheers: OMG then you are a hacker!!!! :cheers:
please do a tutorial about it!!! :cheers:

PD: if you don't like Jamal's tuto's, then don't read it :)
If you think you'll do it better and shorter, then do it and stop this stupidity
or shut your little mouth ;) (or stops typing :) )

I bless you :cheers:

#14 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 03:04 PM

Really you can hide your really IP with anonymous ;) proxy servers???? :cheers: OMG then you are a hacker!!!! :cheers:
please do a tutorial about it!!! :cheers:

PD: if you don't like Jamal's tuto's, then don't read it :cheers:
If you think you'll do it better and shorter, then do it and stop this stupidity
or shut your little mouth :) (or stops typing :) )

I bless you :cheers:

listen , i am not here for arguing.
it is very unfortunate that my first post has to be so harsh .
i don't want to waste time on arguing. it would be better if i can help you.


As i have said i have been reading this forum for a long time , i have learn't a lot. and i can help you here.
may be i can win your heart by solving your little project you have mentioned in you first post.

you can ask me anything i will help you as much as you wan't.
by the way whats the version of kaspersky you are using?

Edited by jamesboxy, 03 December 2010 - 03:15 PM.


#15 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 03:41 PM

listen , i am not here for arguing.
it is very unfortunate that my first post has to be so harsh .
i don't want to waste time on arguing. it would be better if i can help you.


As i have said i have been reading this forum for a long time , i have learn't a lot. and i can help you here.
may be i can win your heart by solving your little project you have mentioned in you first post.

you can ask me anything i will help you as much as you wan't.
by the way whats the version of kaspersky you are using?


That is better, I think this place is to learn and teach. not to be speaking ill of another person because we don't like it tuto's. well, finish for me, can go for my "little" project again?
====================================================


I'm using the kaspersky recue cd 10.
the problem is the next:



with the commands of sara-pmedia:
title kav_rescue_10.iso
find --set-root /1.iso
map /1.iso (0xff)
map --hook
root (0xff)
kernel /isolinux/vmlinuz iso-scan/filename=/1.iso append max_loop=255 vga=791 init=linuxrc
initrd /isolinux/initrd.lzm
boot


when the kaspersky boot show the next error:
Posted Image


with the command:
grub4dos ls /kav_rescue_10.iso || find --set-root /kav_rescue_10.iso; map /kav_rescue_10.iso (0xff) || map --mem /kav_rescue_10.iso (0xff); map --hook; root (0xff); chainloader (0xff)
boot


show
Posted Image



only with Jamal's method can boot 100% the kaspersky, but the kaspersky utility increases it size almost the twice


the same for Trinity
grub4dos ls /IMAGES/TRI.ISO || find --set-root /IMAGES/TRI.ISO; map /IMAGES/TRI.ISO (0xff) || map --mem /IMAGES/TRI.ISO (0xff); map --hook; root (0xff); chainloader (0xff)
boot

Posted Image

and avira
title antivir
kernel /antivir/vmlinuz boot=live union=aufs noswap vga=769 ramdisk_size=133551 root=/dev/ram0 rw console=/dev/vc/4
initrd /antivir/initrd.gz

Posted Image
============================================================
and som times appears in others iso's
Posted Image :cheers:

#16 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 04:17 PM

use this entry

title kaspersky 2011
find --set-root /rescue/rescue.iso
map /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff)
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)

1) create a folder "rescue"
2) copy the iso file of kaspersky inside the "rescue" folder created in previous step and rename it to "rescue.iso".
3) create a blank file "liveusb".

finally you get directory structure like this:

/liveusb
/rescue/rescue.iso

remark: *file "liveusb" act as a signature file. kaspersky search for the file "liveusb" for identifying the device which contains the virus definition.
when you get the error "no medium found" , it is because the device which contains the virus definition is not found.

*you can use this method for both creating iso file and usb.
*if you are creating usb don't forget to defragment the iso file "rescue.iso" else booting speed will be slow.

Edited by jamesboxy, 03 December 2010 - 04:22 PM.


#17 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 04:39 PM

use this entry

title kaspersky 2011
find --set-root /rescue/rescue.iso
map /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue/rescue.iso (0xff)
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)

1) create a folder "rescue"
2) copy the iso file of kaspersky inside the "rescue" folder created in previous step and rename it to "rescue.iso".
3) create a blank file "liveusb".

finally you get directory structure like this:

/liveusb
/rescue/rescue.iso

remark: *file "liveusb" act as a signature file. kaspersky search for the file "liveusb" for identifying the device which contains the virus definition.
when you get the error "no medium found" , it is because the device which contains the virus definition is not found.

*you can use this method for both creating iso file and usb.
*if you are creating usb don't forget to defragment the iso file "rescue.iso" else booting speed will be slow.


and for the Trinity rescue kit?
and the avira??? :cheers:


=====================
for system rescue cd command (by sara-pmedia)
title System Rescue cd
kernel /srcd/isolinux/rescuecd append scandelay=1
initrd /srcd/isolinux/initram.igz


thr grub don't find the file
ERROR 15

But s descompress all the ISO System rescue cd in the folder sysrcd, i check the path and is ok... :cheers:
but don't work..



=========================
i will try
title SystemRescueCd
kernel /sysrcd/isolinux/rescuecd subdir=sysrcd setkmap=eu
initrd /sysrcd/isolinux/initram.igz

Edited by juandecerro, 03 December 2010 - 04:49 PM.

  • amvhd likes this

#18 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 05:03 PM

use this entry

title Avira antivirus
find --set-root /rescue_system-common-en.iso
map /rescue_system-common-en.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue_system-common-en.iso (0xff)
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)


1) extract the folder "antivir" from "rescue_system-common-en.iso" on your device.
( you can delete the folder "antivir" inside the "rescue_system-common-en.iso" so that you don't endup having large size)
2) copy "rescue_system-common-en.iso" to your device.

finally you end up with directory structure like this on your device.


\antivir\.storage
\antivir\antivir
\antivir\antivir.asc
\antivir\antivir0.vdf
\antivir\antivir1.vdf
\antivir\antivir2.vdf
\antivir\antivir3.vdf
\antivir\.storage\storage.db
\rescue_system-common-en.iso



i don't have much time i will tell you in detail later on.
till try these method and tell me . i will reply you soon.
tell you about trinity later.

Edited by jamesboxy, 03 December 2010 - 05:05 PM.


#19 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 05:10 PM

use this entry

title Avira antivirus
find --set-root /rescue_system-common-en.iso
map /rescue_system-common-en.iso (0xff) || map --mem /rescue_system-common-en.iso (0xff)
root (0xff)
chainloader (0xff)


1) extract the folder "antivir" from "rescue_system-common-en.iso" on your device.
( you can delete the folder "antivir" inside the "rescue_system-common-en.iso" so that you don't endup having large size)
2) copy "rescue_system-common-en.iso" to your device.

finally you end up with directory structure like this on your device.


\antivir\.storage
\antivir\antivir
\antivir\antivir.asc
\antivir\antivir0.vdf
\antivir\antivir1.vdf
\antivir\antivir2.vdf
\antivir\antivir3.vdf
\antivir\.storage\storage.db
\rescue_system-common-en.iso



i don't have much time i will tell you in detail later on.
till try these method and tell me . i will reply you soon.
tell you about trinity later.

ok... now kaspersky boot fine :cheers: , only the file "liveusb" was the problem, don't need the "SQUASHFILE" that have around 120MB like in a tuto i saw..
================================
the command
title SystemRescueCd
kernel /sysrcd/isolinux/rescuecd subdir=sysrcd setkmap=ua
initrd /sysrcd/isolinux/initram.igz


work fine!!!!! ;)
======================
I'm gonna try your method for avira...
thanks you :cheers:

tested.. avira works fine too!! :cheers:
=======================

Edited by juandecerro, 03 December 2010 - 05:29 PM.

  • amvhd likes this

#20 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 05:36 PM

for trinity recue kit use this entry


title Trinity Rescue Kit
kernel /TRK/kernel.trk vollabel=juandecerro ramdisk_size=65536 root=/dev/ram0 vga=788 splash=verbose pci=conf1 trkmenu
initrd /TRK/initrd.trk

notice the use of "vollabel=juandecerro" as a kernel parameter. trinity searches for a device whose volume label is "juandecerro".
for example if volume label of your device is "abcd" then instead of "vollabel=juandecerro" you have to use "vollabel=abcd" .

try this and tell me.

#21 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 05:55 PM

for trinity recue kit use this entry


title Trinity Rescue Kit
kernel /TRK/kernel.trk vollabel=juandecerro ramdisk_size=65536 root=/dev/ram0 vga=788 splash=verbose pci=conf1 trkmenu
initrd /TRK/initrd.trk

notice the use of "vollabel=juandecerro" as a kernel parameter. trinity searches for a device whose volume label is "juandecerro".
for example if volume label of your device is "abcd" then instead of "vollabel=juandecerro" you have to use "vollabel=abcd" .

try this and tell me.

well, I change juandecerro for "kingston", this is the LABEL of my pendrive.. the TRInity kernel start, but then get the same error like the picture... if like in the kaspersky error, search the file "liveusb" but the trinity don't have it, so can't do the same thing...

#22 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 06:14 PM

well, I change juandecerro for "kingston", this is the LABEL of my pendrive.. the TRInity kernel start, but then get the same error like the picture... if like in the kaspersky error, search the file "liveusb" but the trinity don't have it, so can't do the same thing...


use this entry

title Trinity Rescue Kit v3.4

kernel /trk3/kernel.trk vollabel=kingston ramdisk_size=65536 root=/dev/ram0 vga=788 splash=verbose pci=conf1 trkmenu

initrd /trk3/initrd.trk

1) extract the folder "trk3" from "trinity-rescue-kit.3.4-build-367.iso" on your device.
2) also extract files "kernel.trk" and "initrd.trk" from "trinity-rescue-kit.3.4-build-367.iso" and copy both files to the folder "trk3" on your device.

directory structure should look like this on your device


\trk3\captive
\trk3\mkpxelinux
\trk3\share
\trk3\syslinux
\trk3\syslinux.exe
\trk3\trkramfs
\trk3\trspack-1_0.exe
\trk3\trsrun-1_0-nq.exe
\trk3\trsrun-1_0.exe
\trk3\share\pi
\trk3\share\pi\pi.fr
\trk3\share\pi\unpi.cfg
\trk3\share\pi\unpi.fr

\trk3\kernel.trk
\trk3\initrd.trk


try this..and post your results here.

Edited by jamesboxy, 03 December 2010 - 06:17 PM.


#23 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 06:51 PM

use this entry

title Trinity Rescue Kit v3.4

kernel /trk3/kernel.trk vollabel=kingston ramdisk_size=65536 root=/dev/ram0 vga=788 splash=verbose pci=conf1 trkmenu

initrd /trk3/initrd.trk

1) extract the folder "trk3" from "trinity-rescue-kit.3.4-build-367.iso" on your device.
2) also extract files "kernel.trk" and "initrd.trk" from "trinity-rescue-kit.3.4-build-367.iso" and copy both files to the folder "trk3" on your device.

directory structure should look like this on your device


\trk3\captive
\trk3\mkpxelinux
\trk3\share
\trk3\syslinux
\trk3\syslinux.exe
\trk3\trkramfs
\trk3\trspack-1_0.exe
\trk3\trsrun-1_0-nq.exe
\trk3\trsrun-1_0.exe
\trk3\share\pi
\trk3\share\pi\pi.fr
\trk3\share\pi\unpi.cfg
\trk3\share\pi\unpi.fr

\trk3\kernel.trk
\trk3\initrd.trk


try this..and post your results here.

I do exactly.. but don't work...
I guess a tiny thing is the problem.. but I don't know yet :frusty:

Posted Image

Edited by juandecerro, 03 December 2010 - 06:51 PM.


#24 jamesboxy

jamesboxy

    Newbie

  • Members
  • 11 posts
  •  
    United States

Posted 03 December 2010 - 07:00 PM

whats the format of your pendrive?

#25 juandecerro

juandecerro

    Member

  • Members
  • 41 posts
  • Location:paraguay
  •  
    Paraguay

Posted 03 December 2010 - 07:03 PM

whats the format of your pendrive?

fat32

=================
i will copy the file "trkramfs" to the TRK dir....
3 min..
don't work....
=========================
i will copy the file "trkramfs" to the pendrive root
don't work too...
=============
I'll be right back

Edited by juandecerro, 03 December 2010 - 07:16 PM.





0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users