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How to load Kaspersky (kav_rescue_10.iso) from Syslinux Menu?

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#1 raFOnDs

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Posted 26 October 2014 - 02:53 PM

I follow this base guide to make Syslinux bootable ISO:

http://www.syslinux....ex.php/ISOLINUX

 

My isolinux.cfg

UI vesamenu.c32
PROMPT 0
TIMEOUT 300
MENU TITLE Kaspersky Rescue Disc
MENU BACKGROUND krd_eula.jpg
MENU TABMSG  http://www.kaspersky.com
MENU WIDTH 72
MENU MARGIN 10
MENU VSHIFT 3
MENU HSHIFT 6
MENU ROWS 15
MENU TABMSGROW 20
MENU TIMEOUTROW 22
menu color title 1;36;44 #66A0FF #00000000 none
menu color hotsel 30;47 #C00000 #DDDDDDDD
menu color sel 30;47 #000000 #FFFFFFFF
menu color border 30;44	#D00000 #00000000 std
menu color scrollbar 30;44 #DDDDDDDD #00000000 none

label Memtest
  kernel /kernel/memdisk
  append iso raw initrd=/images/memtest.iso

label Kaspersky Rescue Disc
  kernel /kernel/memdisk
  append iso raw initrd=/images/kav_rescue_10.iso

And I add more this files:

 

vesamenu.c32
libutil.c32
libcom32.c32

 

Here the result:

8MaZZT1.png

 

I'm making one menu with many tools, this image is only begining, the problem is when I got load 'kav_rescue_10.iso' from this menu, the iso doesn't load, but the other iso 'memtest.iso' load normally...

 

What the problem? I can load kaspersky from iso on this menu?

Have any parameter should I use so that it can load?

 

sorry for my bad english :)



#2 sbaeder

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Posted 26 October 2014 - 05:45 PM

The issue is more on how an ISO loads, and what it is doing after that.  Memtest is a very simple thing, so it can load this way.  On the other hand, the KAV needs to have not only a load of some code, but also access to the files inside the ISO.

 

*IF* you are really set on building up a mutilple ISO image "boot disk", I would just go use the http://www.easy2boot.com/ tool.  There is a lot of discussion here, and Steve is pretty good at giving help (pretty great actually!)

 

Unless you really know the ins and outs of all the different things you are trying to load/run, AND a great deal about Syslinux and/or grub4dos, this is definately the way to go!



#3 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 26 October 2014 - 06:07 PM


I seem to remember that you need to load grub4dos anyway unless you make it "flat":
http://www.911cd.net...showtopic=24818
http://reboot.pro/to...e-6#entry150776
unless something has changed in the meantime. :unsure:

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