[Grml] how to enable boot from hd after timeout?
telegraph at gmx.net
Tue Sep 15 17:13:23 CEST 2015
* gilberto dos santos alves <gsavix at gmail.com> [15. Sep. 2015]:
> please are you using last stable grml version?
I remaster grml via:
grml-live -V -s stable -C /etc/grml/grml-live.conf.local -D /grml/grml-live/grml_fai_config/"
The /etc/apt/sources.list of this system points to debian/jessie
Does this answer your question?
Thanks for looking into this, gregor
> gilberto dos santos alves
> são paulo - sp - brasil
> Em 15/09/2015 10:53, "Gregor Zattler" <telegraph at gmx.net> escreveu:
>> Hi grml users,
>> I remastered the grml cdrom in order to backup a windows
>> It should boot Windows form hard disk if the user does not hit
>> any key within a certain amount of time. This is necessary in
>> order to enable remote administration of the windows computer
>> even if the cd rom is in the cd tray.
>> There is this statement:
>> ontimeout chain.32 hd0 0
>> in isolinux.cfg but instead when the countdown reaches zero one
>> hears a beep and the count down beginns again (for 100 seconds).
>> chain.32 is in boot/isolinux as is isolinux.cfg.
>> Any ideas on how to achive boot from hard drive when no key was
>> Ciao, Gregor
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