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 Post subject: Add Win7 to Ubcd?
PostPosted: Sun Jul 05, 2009 2:12 am 
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Hi again.Now I want to add the win7 setup disk to my Ubcd disk but can't understand some parts of this tutorial viewtopic.php?p=7178#7178 ,therefore I need some more help to finish this project.
1.first thing that I want to know is how to integrate the win7 setup files and folders into the Ubcd structure.I ask this because the user who wrote the tutorial from the link above,say that you need to put everything from win7 ,written with CAPS to Ubcd disk/iso.But on both(win and ubcd) disks/isos there are folders and files with the same name.
The Win7 disk have the following structure:

-boot
-efi
-sources
-support
-upgrade
autorun
bootmgr
Last Session
setup


My Ubcd disk structure is:

-antivir
-boot
-paragon
-pclinux
-ping
-pmagic
-ubcd
-ubumini
autorun
license

So how to add win7 folders and files to ubcd,without having to merge the boot folder and overwrite autorun file?

2.According to the tutorial I have to write with CAPS the names of the folders and files from win7.So the ubcd structure will become like this:

-antivir
-BOOT(of win7) or boot(of Ubcd)
-EFI
-SOURCES
-SUPPORT
-UPGRADE
-paragon
-pclinux
-ping
-pmagic
-ubcd
-ubumini
AUTORUN(of win7) or autorun(of ubcd) ?
BOOTMGR
LAST SESSION
SETUP
license

Is this a good structure?Should be the files from folders and subfolders with CAPS too?

3.From tutorial we find out that all of these will work only if we update some syslinux files from Ubcd.I found and replaced the chain.c32 file,but the syslinux isn't there.Only a syslinux.cfg.At lest this is on my Ubcd disk,in the folder boot/syslinux.

Thank you in advance for your help.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 7:27 am 
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Hi wernes,

Here is what is should look like (this is working):
Code:
F:\BOOTMGR

F:\BOOT
F:\BOOT\BCD
F:\BOOT\BOOT.SDI
F:\BOOT\bootsect.exe
F:\BOOT\ETFSBOOT.COM
F:\BOOT\memtest.exe

F:\BOOT\isolinux
F:\BOOT\isolinux\isolinux.bin
F:\BOOT\isolinux\isolinux.cfg

F:\BOOT\syslinux
F:\BOOT\syslinux\chain.c32
F:\BOOT\syslinux\ldlinux.sys
F:\BOOT\syslinux\memdisk
F:\BOOT\syslinux\menu.c32
F:\BOOT\syslinux\reboot.c32
F:\BOOT\syslinux\syslinux.cfg
F:\BOOT\syslinux\vesamenu.c32

F:\BOOT\en-us
F:\BOOT\en-us\bootsect.exe.mui

F:\BOOT\FONTS
F:\BOOT\FONTS\CHS_BOOT.TTF
F:\BOOT\FONTS\CHT_BOOT.TTF
F:\BOOT\FONTS\JPN_BOOT.TTF
F:\BOOT\FONTS\KOR_BOOT.TTF
F:\BOOT\FONTS\WGL4_BOOT.TTF

F:\ubcd (cropped this section)

F:\EFI
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\BCD
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS\CHS_BOOT.TTF
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS\CHT_BOOT.TTF
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS\JPN_BOOT.TTF
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS\KOR_BOOT.TTF
F:\EFI\MICROSOFT\BOOT\FONTS\WGL4_BOOT.TTF

(notice here that you only need 3 files from the Win7, boot.wim, install.wim, and setup.exe)
F:\SOURCES
F:\SOURCES\BOOT.WIM
F:\SOURCES\install.wim
F:\SOURCES\setup.exe


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So how to add win7 folders and files to ubcd,without having to merge the boot folder and overwrite autorun file?
You do merge them and then rename the files like I have above (basically all caps).

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2.According to the tutorial I have to write with CAPS the names of the folders and files from win7.So the ubcd structure will become like this:

-antivir
-BOOT(of win7) or boot(of Ubcd) - just need BOOT not boot
-EFI
-SOURCES
-SUPPORT - Dont need this folder
-UPGRADE - Dont need this folder
-paragon
-pclinux
-ping
-pmagic
-ubcd
-ubumini
AUTORUN(of win7) or autorun(of ubcd) ? - Dont need this folder/file. Just use autorun(of ubcd) if you for some reason want it.
BOOTMGR
LAST SESSION - Not required for Win7 but it may be a file you use
SETUP - Dont need this file
license - Not technically required but has license info

Is this a good structure?Should be the files from folders and subfolders with CAPS too? YES
See bold text info in the quote.

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3.From tutorial we find out that all of these will work only if we update some syslinux files from Ubcd.I found and replaced the chain.c32 file,but the syslinux isn't there.Only a syslinux.cfg.At lest this is on my Ubcd disk,in the folder boot/syslinux.
http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/boot/syslinux/syslinux-3.82.zip
Dont update syslinux.cfg from syslinux package.

Update isolinux.bin - located in syslinux/core
Update chain.c32 - located in syslinux/com32/modules
Update ldlinux.sys - located in syslinux/core
Update memdisk - located in syslinux/memdisk
Update menu.c32 - located in syslinux/com32/menu
Update reboot.c32 - located in syslinux/com32/modules
Update vesamenu.c32 - located in syslinux/com32/menu

Let me know if you have any more questions.

thanks,
dpc


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