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Author:  Markus [ Fri Mar 27, 2009 1:59 pm ]
Post subject:  running .bif files in UBCD

Greetings,

I want to add a .bif file to ubcd. Its in the custom folder:

/custom/app1/myapp.bif

So what is the correct syntax for loading this file in isolinux?

LABEL -
MENU LABEL My App
KERNEL ?
APPEND ?

Any help would be so appreciated.

-Markus

Author:  Icecube [ Sat Mar 28, 2009 4:20 am ]
Post subject: 

What is a bif file?

What is the name of the program?

Author:  StopSpazzing [ Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:17 pm ]
Post subject: 

Icecube wrote:
What is a bif file?

What is the name of the program?



Code:
Files with the extension .BIF are 'boot information' files associated with 'MagicISO' a powerful CD/DVD image file creating / editing / extracting tool.

.BIF files contain extracted boot information from a bootable CD/DVD.

A disk image is a single file that replicates the complete contents and structure of a data storage medium or device, such as CD or DVD.


Stupid proprietary formats...geez.


Quote:
Greetings,

I want to add a .bif file to ubcd. Its in the custom folder:

/custom/app1/myapp.bif

So what is the correct syntax for loading this file in isolinux?

LABEL -
MENU LABEL My App
KERNEL ?
APPEND ?

Any help would be so appreciated.

-Markus


You will have to extract the data...as isolinux,syslinux, and even grub, as of now, will NOT boot custom images...and only certain .img/.iso formats.
Please extract the contents and write a list of the contents here so icecube can further assist you.

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