I currently want to add Gparted to my multi boot usb. I have many other items working on it kubutu, TRK, acronis, FreeDOS, Knoppix... etc. But I can't seem to get Gparted working. I searched the known working thread and didn't notice anything about Gparted, only Parted magic. Is there any reason for this?
Anyways I have tried quite a few different menu items boot none of them have worked for me.
I have tried booting via an ISO in the root of the USB stick and also via a folder with all the files extracted to it.
Here are 3 of my attempts:
title Gparted Gnome Partition Editor (version 0.4.5-2) find --set-root /gparted/live/vmlinuz1 kernel /gparted/live/vmlinuz1 boot=live username=casper noswap vga=788 toram ip=frommedia initrd /gparted/live/initrd1.img title GParted live root (hd0,0) kernel /gparted/live/vmlinuz1 boot=live config union=aufs noswap noprompt vga=788 ip=frommedia live-media-path=/live-hd bootfrom=/dev/hda4 toram=filesystem.squashfs initrd /gparted/live/initrd1.img #boot #Boot to gparted title gparted map (hd0,0)/gparted.iso (hd32) map --hook chainloader (hd32)
I get a "BOOT FAILED! This Debian Live image failed to boot."
Error message "Unable to find a medium containing a live file system"
Iso = gparted-live-0.8.1-3.iso
File structure for folder:
Does anyone know if there is a working configuraiton for gparted. Or who I can go about trouble shooting this to get it working.
Thanks for any help or advice.