I installed CentOS Ver 5.8 with USB which has only HTTP Supporting to download (I don't know its name).Anyway after installation, I can't boot without the usb memory stick I u... [by patrickjeon]
on 06/01/2012 – Made popular on 06/01/2012
Is there a way I can edit the Grub Menu so I can make grub list Damn Small Linux and then have it proceed to boot DSL from a memory stick (NOT Flashrdive). Where do I begin? I'm stuck on the "root to" entry.
# This entry links to the DSL installation on my 2GB Memory stick
title Damn Small Linux
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