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revised Syslinux: Could I boot Ubuntu install disc which doesn't live in root directory?
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
Sorry for my poorly expressing again. I means installer here. It's better to keep one partition, for Windows couldn't recognizes more than one partition. And I want to put Ubuntu installer to a folder. You may be Curious why I have to put all the files in one folder. That's because, if I did it, I could do the same thing to other OS's installer. Just simply put different installers into different folders. Then I could choose which one to boot when plug in the USB stick. And it's easy to add and remove one. I remember I have ever successfully done such thing before.
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
Sorry for my poorly expressing( and for my poor English). Yeah, I'm intended to install a Linux Ditro on my USB stick, and if I were to do it, I would have to follow your tutorial. But That's my further plan. Canonical provides a ISO image for users to burn to CD with which they could install Ubuntu. I call the ISO image installation. I want to install Ubuntu but I don't want to burn it to CD. And Syslinux Allows me to put Ubuntu installation to USB Stick and boot it. And I don't want to make the USB Stick unusable. And I want to put Ubuntu installation to a folder. And now I have troubles.
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
@SzymonSzydełko No. I want to use my USB stick to install Ubuntu on PCs. Syslinux is so powerful that I could install Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch and even Windows only with one USB stick. Further, I can also install a tiny Linux on my USB stick so that I could boot it everywhere. dd is powerful too, but it cannot do such things.
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
@SzymonSzydełko Yes I could. But that'll make my USB stick unusable. I want to use it to install Ubuntu( even other OSs) and at the same time to store softwares, documents or something else.
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revised How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
@SzymonSzydełko No. I just want to use my USB Stick as a CD. Ubuntu Install Disc Uses isolinux to boot and Syslinux could load isolinux. It means I could use Syslinux to boot Ubuntu Install Disc so that I could Install Ubuntu without a CD/DVD drive.
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revised Deleting complete Ubuntu partition by Windows 7 disk
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
@SzymonSzydełko I suspect it is beacuse of '\'. What do you mean?
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comment How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
@SzymonSzydełko thanks for your promptly reply. Syslinux supports FAT filesystem only, So filesystem of Z: is FAT(32). I have had a quick look at Arch Wiki, it seems there are not information I need.
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answered Deleting complete Ubuntu partition by Windows 7 disk
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revised How to use Syslinux to chainload Ubuntu installation?
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