No, it's about files win* and directory I386 at DVD.
if this is possible to start this way an installation, why not.
Is ASMS directory available at first reboot?
don t know.asms directory?
Did XP install finish so far?
it should, not tried it yet. you can start the installation and if its reboot, you boot the menu again, start xp-installation again but don t press a button and let it load from hd to acxes the monutet disk and finish the installation...
How much RAM do you expect?
not less then 512mb but you neveer know..glad that my flat live system also works with 256mb only
Why a picture? It's a command line application. Can't you post text?
i have only this poping cmd-.picture if i create an iso with the create iso-script and mkisofs.
if you can say me, how i can find the text (maybe in log of winbuilder or something) and much more important, if its usefull to solve the problem from the picture, then i can take look.
From the year 2007 or 2064: a mkisofs 2.01.01a34 (i686-pc-cygwin) at command line.
Or a current mkisofs at command line.
I prefer to read from different directories, use links and graft-points.
There is no need to copy several GB data at hard disk first.
No idea about a fancy gui supporting this.
well, i don t want to become an (enfored) expert of mksofs now and begin a study that i can use it.
its not working and i did what was possible for me.
so i keep useing imgburn as workaround, till i found a enduser-compatible solution for the mkisofs problem.
Ask the maintainer of the relating part.
wich should be the relating part? mkisofs (you know that i use the version from patch link, didn t you) or the create script?
i have no clue, sorry.
i deprecate to work like tools like mkisfos try to force the user: only commandline as primary, very complex syntax and lines with kryptical commands long as books. for me personal this is nothing. if you like to work like this, then i am gald for you and go on like this, but i don t want to be enforecd to work like this.
i also use several tools, wich have also the possibility of a powerfull optional commandline, but not in first place.
an example what i mean: look at the tool poweroff: http://users.telenet...ff/poweroff.htm
its a very powerull tool (it least it was under windpws xp) and it has a nice easy to understund gui and a very, very powerfull shell/commandline (you can combine commands and stuff and so on). i realizing things with this tool and his powerfull commandline, wich i don t took for possible. but it also costs me mucg, much time:)
and this tool also didn t enforce me for commandline, so i decide voluntary to use the commandline, to do more complex things.
but whatever. i think this discusion leads us to nowhere.
if you like commandline use it, i use it only as optional posibility and only if i must. its no fun for me.
have now the year of the lord 2012 and no one works voluntary with commandline, only if he must.
I disagree, command line is nice still.
thats your right to have this opinion and is also my right, to don t agree with you in this point;)
i agree with Peter in this point, its sensless to discuss about it.
everyone should use whatever he prefers.
btw: thank you a lot for you help, your instructions, hints and sugestions!
Edited by livedude, 25 April 2012 - 12:04 AM.