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PostPosted: Fri May 06, 2005 11:09 am 
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Well, I was not talking about "boot" as a file but as directory which is at the root of the CD, like "images" for instance. :wink:

For DDS, my mistake was just a "keyboard mistake" :oops:

So now, everything seems to run smoothly... until I change something else :lol:

Thank you very much for your kind help 8)

UBCD is a great tool :)

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 Post subject: Acronis and UBCD
PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2005 7:31 am 
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> I've erased all advices to create this file included in
> custom.scn, so it is blank now in my text editor, but on the
> screen, it is full of "o"
>
> How can I do to let that part empty ?

I'm not exactly sure what you are referring to, but if
you're having problems with the display of the custom.scn
file, check all print lines. Also make sure you are using
a text editor to edit the files, such as notepad.

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 Post subject: Re: Acronis and UBCD
PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2005 10:22 am 
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bldrdash wrote:
> I've erased all advices to create this file included in
> custom.scn, so it is blank now in my text editor, but on the
> screen, it is full of "o"
>
> How can I do to let that part empty ?

I'm not exactly sure what you are referring to, but if
you're having problems with the display of the custom.scn
file, check all print lines. Also make sure you are using
a text editor to edit the files, such as notepad.

-- Charles


:lol: :shock: :lol:

How can you quote today, a part of my previous post I've edited few minutes after I've sent it 3 days ago ??? :?: :?: :?:

And I've edited it because I found the answer by myself before any answer has been posted.

The answer was that I used tab instead of space bar to keep the format of the print section. And the tab gives some "o" when printed at screen, when the spaces give blank area when printed at screen.

But anyway, thank you Charles for all your kind help. I think I've got exactly what I was looking for.

Regards,

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 Post subject: Acronis and UBCD
PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2005 12:09 pm 
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> [Laughing] [Shocked] [Laughing]
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> How can you quote today, a part of my previous post I've
> edited few minutes after I've sent it 3 days ago ???
> [Question] [Question] [Question]
>

I think I found a bug in our forum to mail program; that's
why I responded to an old (pre-edited) post of yours. I
never actually view the web forum, I just respond to emails;
looks like an email isn't sent when a post is edited. Sorry
about the confusion.

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:wink: :)

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 Post subject: Acronis and UBCD
PostPosted: Mon May 09, 2005 6:32 pm 
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Oh, now I see why Charles was posting the test mails to check message edits.

Some people (including myself) use the mailing list functionality
provided by m2f to manage forum traffic, and we reply from our email
client directly instead of using the web interface.

m2f does not currently resend a post if it has been edited. I will check
to see whether there's a patch that will enable this.


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PostPosted: Tue May 10, 2005 10:19 am 
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Ok, now I understand too.
Thank you for the information Victor :)

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 9:58 am 
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In UBCD 3.4 i found DiskEmu running the ISO images.


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 Post subject: Adding Acronis True Image 8
PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 12:21 pm 
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Hi, I am a newby. I admit I have been spoiled. I am used to using Reatogo which pretty much does everthing for me when I build plugins as far as changing the menus and so on. If someone could lead me by the hand and do a step by step by step addition of Acronis True Image to UBCD basic 3.4. Please suggest and include detailed paths and menu changes. I am pretty good about seeing a working change and adapting it to my future needs. I am familiar with Ultaiso and Winiso. I did an addtition of True Image to a bootcd a long time ago however, I can tfind my instructions. Please be gentle with me. LOL

Thanks

PS I have a working version of UBCD4Win. I want to add UBCD to my collection of tools.


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I did this for a friend recently. All you have to do is to create an ISO image for the Acronis TrueImage Rescue CD. Let's call it "acronis.iso". Create a subdirectory called "custom" and dump the file there. Then change "boot/menus/custom.scn" to look like:

Code:
...
print " User-defined Section                                                           "
set textColor = color[white on cyan]
print " [F1] Acronis TrueImage Rescue CD                                               "
...
getkey
clear
if ($lastKey == key[f1]); then diskemu /custom/acronis.iso
...


Create a customized UBCD image, and you're done!


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THANKS. I appreciate your prompt reply.


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