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 Post subject: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 5:14 pm 
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THE NEWER DEVELOPMENT VERSION IS AVAILABLE AT:
viewforum.php?f=7


UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 is now available for download

Torrent: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/download/ ... so.torrent
Magnet URI: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:TDOZY6F5AWSDPRAPMO3BWROAXR64S5LF
HTTP: http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/U ... -5992.html
HTTP/FTP: http://ubcd.linuxfreedom.com/download.html
HTTP: http://ubcd.mirror.fusa.be/ubcd51a2.iso
md5sum: 566978e1c68f6442442784f5ff67fbd3
sha1sum: 6a85b03c0404b0345a6c7e9644afe9373234b955
SHA-256: 5C05D4908D6843CC7DE356A547C998C3D8B256BA7AD15CEDB59AFFB44949C720 (computed using 7-Zip's "Calculate checksum" function)

Edit #1:

The initial torrent I uploaded was corrupted, so if you are not seeing any seeders, try downloading the torrent again. The correct md5sum for the torrent should be 8838856907fbc9daa4af4a8e46c8fa26. There should be at least one seeder (me).

Edit #2:

I must apologize for the hiccup in torrent upload. Originally I was using Arctic. The seeding count was reflected in the tracker, but for some reason it was not uploading. I only had the chance to fix it when I returned from work just now. I switched over to uTorrent and the tracker is uploading now. Sorry for the wait...

Description:

This is more a "work-in-progress" update to try to bring all the components up-to-date. The major change is that Avira Rescue CD has been removed. Since there are now many free antivirus rescue CDs available (see SARDU, this is best left as a customization option. The default F-Prot and ClamAV modules in Parted Magic will suffice.

The two components which have not been updated are 1) cpustress, and 2) xfprot 2.4 / f-prot 6.0.3. I will have to work with IceCube on these in the next release, since I realize I don't have the technical know-how to do it myself. :D

Also, I am having some trouble uploading to the usual HTTP mirror (waiting to hear back from the mirror owner), so only torrent download is available now. Will update this post later when the HTTP mirror issue is settled.

Changelog:
- Updated shsucdx.com in UBCD FreeDOS lib\shsucdx.cab to V3.05. Thanks for ady for the update.
- Updated ubcd\tools\linux\ubcd2usb\readme.txt and added instructions to make created partition active. Thanks to timjwatts for the suggestion.
- Added Video Memory Stress Test V1.7. Thanks to dthatcher for the suggestion.
- Added wdidle3 V1.05.
- Updated some help text.
- Updated UBCD FreeDOS to V1.41. Introduced "nolbacache" parameter (in memdisk and config.sys) to launch without LBACACHE.
- Corrected Kon-Boot version to V1.0
- Added HWiNFO V5.5.2. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Added Partinfo V1.11. Thanks to ady for the suggestion.
- Deprecated AVG Rescue CD, which is considered to be best left as a customization option.
- Deprecated AVIRA AntiVir Rescue System, which is considered to be best left as a customization option.
- Fixed launch parameters of stand-alone FDUBCD (fdubcd.iso.gz instead of fdubcd.img.gz).
- Fixed missing launch parameters.
- Reinclude manufacturer's name for HDD utils.
- Retained Memtest86 V3.5b that has certain features that are missing in the new Memtest86 V4.0. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated ASTRA to V5.48. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated DiskCheck to V3.9.2.
- Updated EaseUs Disk Copy to V2.3 with version from MajorGeeks (Mar 2010). Thanks to ady for sending me a PM about this. The launch method has been changed to memdisk.
- Updated ES-Tool to V3.01v. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated files from syslinux 4.0.3.
- Updated Gujin to V2.8.3. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated HDClone to V4.0.4c. Thanks for ady for the update.
- Updated Intel Processor Identification Utility to V4.30. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated MBRtool to V2.3.200. Thanks to ady for notifying me via PM.
- Updated MBRWork to V1.08. Thanks to ady who sent me a PM about this.
- Updated Memtest86 to V4.0. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated Memtest86+ to V4.20. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated Parted Magic to V5.10. Also updated pccmoscleaner-2.0.txz, pcdiskeraser-5.0.txz, pcloginnow-2.0.txz, pcregedit-2.0.txz from http://beefdrapes.partedmagic.com/modules/non-free/. Thanks to IceCube for the update.
- Updated Partition Saving to V3.90. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated PLoP Boot Manager to V5.0.11-2. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated SeaTools for DOS to V2.23. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated Super Grub2 Disk to V1.98s1. Thanks to ady for the update.
- Updated WD DLG Diagnostic to V5.19
- Added HDShredder V3.8.0 (Free Edition).


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 6:14 pm 
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Great news :!: 8) Now we only need seeders :) .

JFYI, about the differences and changelog between the previous (still current) stable UBCD 5.0.3 , and the future stable, UBCD 5.1, those that would like to know simply merge the following changelog with the one published by Victor for UBCD 5.1a2.

From http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2661
(UBCD V5.1 alpha 1 available for download)

Changelog:
From 5.0.3 to 5.1a1 (2010SEP26)

- Added Kon-Boot V1.1V1.0
- Added Dsrfix V3.12
- Update ES-Tool to V3.01p. Added historical info about ES-Tool help text.
- Added AleGr MEMTEST V2.00
- Added DIMM_ID V3.57. This is a special UBCD-only contribution.
- Add IBM Disk Manager V9.57.
- Added AVG Rescue {V9.0.100}.
- Updated UBCD FreeDOS to V1.40. Updated AUTOEXEC.BAT and added "-n" to mdiskchk.com to avoid hanging on certain BIOSes. Removed "MOUSE_NCFG=0" in etc\global.set.
- Updated HDAT2 to V4.8.1.
- Updated ASTRA to V5.46.
- Added older version of HDAT2 (V4.5.3).
- Updated ubcd2iso and ubcd2usb to remove "boot.images" subdirectory (created by IZArc) before image creation.
- Added HWiNFO V5.5.0. Thanks to Johannes Hauber for suggesting this.
- Substitute econfig.c32 with whichsys.c32 and removed ubcd\menus\isolinux\main.cfg.
- Update Seagate DiscWizard to V11.0.8326.
- Updated Darik's Boot and Nuke to 2.2.6beta (rebuilt with isolinux V3.86 to improve compatibility).
- Updated files from syslinux 4.0.2.
- Updated grub4dos to V0.4.5b (2010-09-22) to support syslinux V4.
- Updated Hardware Detection Tool to V0.3.6.1 (from Syslinux 4.02).
- Updated HDClone to V3.9.4.
- Updated NSSI to V0.60.45.
- Updated Offline NT Password & Registry Editor to v100627.
- Updated Parted Magic to V5.5.
- Updated ubcd2iso.cmd to support optional "/g" parameter to use grub4dos as the bootloader.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:17 pm 
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Updated wiki front page.


Also downloading torrent now to seed.

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:46 am 
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Pls someone upload to Megaupload or other One Click Hoster !

Thx !


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:34 am 
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Victor wrote:
Updated files from syslinux 4.0.3.


The following SYSLINUX files are NOT from version 4.03 (but I don't know if this is in purpose):
ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\images\fdubcd.iso.gz -> fdubcd.iso -> isolinux.bin
ubcd51a2.iso -> \boot\isolinux\isolinux.bin
ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\tools\linux\ubcd2usb\syslinux

The following SYSLINUX file is equivalent to the one in version 4.03, but it is advisable to use the one from the same 4.03 package to make it easy to update/check/select/identify in case it is necessary:
ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\tools\linux\ubcd2usb\mbr.bin


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 10:01 am 
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Victor wrote:
Updated EaseUs Disk Copy to V2.3 with version from MajorGeeks (Mar 2010)... The launch method has been changed to memdisk.


This EaseUs DiskCopy version should be called version 2.3.1 (without the date). The actual program (in ISO format) is the same as 2.3 from Mar 2010. The explanation is in http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3431&p=11277#p11277

Please correct the "help text" accordingly.

In addition, I found:

ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\images\diskcopy.iso.gz ; AND

ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\images\diskcopy.iso

which is a "DUPLICATE" of the gzipped ISO that I guess shouldn't be there (and nowhere else).


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 5:18 pm 
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@ady: All points noted, and thanks for bringing them to my attention!


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:27 pm 
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ady wrote:
In addition, I found:
ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\images\diskcopy.iso.gz ; AND
ubcd51a2.iso -> \ubcd\images\diskcopy.iso
which is a "DUPLICATE" of the gzipped ISO that I guess shouldn't be there (and nowhere else).


Quote:
The following SYSLINUX files are NOT from version 4.03 (but I don't know if this is in purpose)


Victor,

Can you confirm that this diskcopy.ISO (not GZipped) can be erased with no unwanted consequences?

Can you confirm if those SYSLINUX files can be updated, or they are left from older versions in purpose?


Last edited by ady on Mon Apr 11, 2011 9:01 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:33 pm 
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The 7-zip files (exe and dll) should be updated. Even if these files are auxiliary files, they are an important part of the booting process.

Newer versions not only add new features (that may or may not be used by UBCD), but they also have bug fixes, which may resolve problems that we are not even know about.

The 7-zip version included in UBCD51a2 is an old beta. The current stable is 9.20, and the current beta is 9.21 (though, it should be numbered beta 11.04).

In addition, since I'm just a simple user (not a programer) I don't know if the best (more versatile and compatible) "edition" of 7-zip is the one using the dll and the exe, or the one using the alternative exe only.

Generally speaking, this request to update 7-zip files should be valid to other auxiliary files (like xz.exe and msys for example).


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Mon Apr 11, 2011 10:09 pm 
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Is there any special reason to have changed Gujin and SuperGrubDisk2 from IMG.gz to ISO.gz?


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:47 am 
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BUGS:

The HDT Syslinux menu:

Quote:
LABEL -
MENU LABEL Hardware Detection Tool V0.4.1
TEXT HELP
Displays low-level information for CPU, PCI, video, memory, BIOS, motherboard,
disks, batteries, enclosures etc.
ENDTEXT
COM32 /boot/syslinux/hdt.c32
APPEND APPEND pciids=/boot/syslinux/pci.ids


There are 2 "APPEND".

Now, using the syslinux2grub4dos script, probably this menu entry was transferred to the HDT grub4dos menu:

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title Hardware Detection Tool V0.4.1\n Displays low-level information for CPU, PCI, video, memory, BIOS, motherboard,\n disks, batteries, enclosures etc.
COM32 /boot/syslinux/hdt.c32
APPEND APPEND pciids=/boot/syslinux/pci.ids


which has the "APPEND" twice, but has also "COM32", which is not recognized by grub4dos (thanks goes to Icecube for helping to clarify this issue).


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 1:20 pm 
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For the grub4dos, the HDT entry could be something like this:
Code:
titleHardware Detection Tool V0.4.1\n Displays low-level information for CPU, PCI, video, memory, BIOS, motherboard,\n disks, batteries, enclosures etc.
map --mem /pmagic/boot/syslinux/hdt.gz (fd0)
map --hook
root (fd0)
chainloader (fd0)+1

Or a cleaner way would be to remove the hdt.gz file in the /pmagic/boot/syslinux/ directory and to add hdt.img.gz to /ubcd/images/.
For the Syslinux menu hdt.c32 can best be used, because then you can return from HDT to the UBCD menu again. with the floppy image, you have to reboot.
The Parted Magic menu would need changes for the HDT entry too in that case.

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 2:10 pm 
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Icecube wrote:
For the grub4dos, the HDT entry could be something like this:
Code:
title Hardware Detection Tool V0.4.1\n Displays low-level information for CPU, PCI, video, memory, BIOS, motherboard,\n disks, batteries, enclosures etc.
map --mem /pmagic/boot/syslinux/hdt.gz (fd0)
map --hook
root (fd0)
chainloader (fd0)+1

Or a cleaner way would be to remove the hdt.gz file in the /pmagic/boot/syslinux/ directory and to add hdt.img.gz to /ubcd/images/.
For the Syslinux menu hdt.c32 can best be used, because then you can return from HDT to the UBCD menu again. with the floppy image, you have to reboot.
The Parted Magic menu would need changes for the HDT entry too in that case.


About the "cleaner" way, IMHO it is arguable. Leaving the "/pmagic*" tree "as-is" (meaning, with NO changes to HDT, and specially NO changes to the PartedMagic boot menu) makes it much easier to update Pmagic in a future customization. This is important if you consider the frequency of updates of UBCD in comparison to updates of PartedMagic.

So an additional option could be to simply erase the HDT entry in grub4dos, and leave the syslinux entry with hdt.c32 and pci.ids. This is an alternative to Icecube's grub4dos menu for hdt.gz, which should work too if the "/pmagic*" tree is maintained.

Yes, this would leave an additional hdt.gz in "/pmagic*" (as it is now), but it is a small size/price to pay when it makes it much easier to customize/update Pmagic later, and leaves the versatility of going back to the UBCD menu after using hdt.c32.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 6:53 pm 
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Quote:
Can you confirm that this diskcopy.ISO (not GZipped) can be erased with no unwanted consequences?


Yes.

Quote:
Can you confirm if those SYSLINUX files can be updated, or they are left from older versions in purpose?


Yes. They can be updated.

Quote:
The 7-zip files (exe and dll) should be updated. Even if these files are auxiliary files, they are an important part of the booting process.


For the files in "tools\win32\unxutils\bin", they are there for a very specific purpose i.e. to make IceCube's scripts in "tools\linux" work. They are not there for general usage. Hence I will only update them on a need-to basis i.e. if IceCube changes his scripts in "tools\linux" and they require a more recent version of particular tool.

Quote:
Is there any special reason to have changed Gujin and SuperGrubDisk2 from IMG.gz to ISO.gz?


Makes my job easier to update them. :D

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The HDT Syslinux menu ... There are 2 "APPEND".


Fixed.

Quote:
Or a cleaner way would be to remove the hdt.gz file in the /pmagic/boot/syslinux/ directory and to add hdt.img.gz to /ubcd/images/. For the Syslinux menu hdt.c32 can best be used, because then you can return from HDT to the UBCD menu again. with the floppy image, you have to reboot.


I am going to put our own version of HDT.img.gz in ubcd/images, which will surprisingly be 300-400K smaller because pci.ids takes a lot less space compressed in the hdt.img.gz file. The additional level of redirection (reboot to return to UBCD menu) is offset by the ability to use it under grub4dos.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:19 am 
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Victor Chew wrote:
For the files in "tools\win32\unxutils\bin", they are there for a very specific purpose i.e. to make IceCube's scripts in "tools\linux" work. They are not there for general usage. Hence I will only update them on a need-to basis i.e. if IceCube changes his scripts in "tools\linux" and they require a more recent version of particular tool.

I rather would see at least 7-zip updated.
Victor Chew wrote:
I am going to put our own version of HDT.img.gz in ubcd/images, which will surprisingly be 300-400K smaller because pci.ids takes a lot less space compressed in the hdt.img.gz file. The additional level of redirection (reboot to return to UBCD menu) is offset by the ability to use it under grub4dos.

The pci.ids files can be compressed with gzip. HDT won't have any problems reading it:
http://hdt-project.org/wiki/BootParameters#auto

Direct link to the file:
http://pciids.sourceforge.net/v2.2/pci.ids.gz

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:51 am 
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Icecube wrote:
I rather would see at least 7-zip updated.

I agree. The files 7z.exe, 7z.dll and 7za.exe (in fdubcd) included in ubcd51a2 are from a beta version that was part of the development of the current stable, version 9.20. There is a newer beta, 9.21 that even have additional bug fixes. In particular, 7za.exe is part of every boot process involving fdubcd, so updating to 9.20 (stable) or 9.21 (newer beta from 2011APR) should be advisable.

Quote:
Victor Chew wrote:
I am going to put our own version of HDT.img.gz in ubcd/images, which will surprisingly be 300-400K smaller because pci.ids takes a lot less space compressed in the hdt.img.gz file. The additional level of redirection (reboot to return to UBCD menu) is offset by the ability to use it under grub4dos.

The pci.ids files can be compressed with gzip. HDT won't have any problems reading it:
http://hdt-project.org/wiki/BootParameters#auto

Direct link to the file:
http://pciids.sourceforge.net/v2.2/pci.ids.gz


NOTE1: Please, read carefully. pci.ids can be gzipped, but the filename should be reset to pci.ids, not pci.ids.gz.

NOTE2: I'm not sure which version of pci.ids is compatible with ubcd51a2. It is either 2.0 XOR 2.2. Can someone confirm which of them is suitable for ubcd?

NOTE3: Leaving hdt.c32 and the gzipped pci.ids is more versatile for updates and customizations than putting hdt.img.gz. It makes it even easier to update pmagic, which includes hdt.gz too. In addition, leaving hdt.c32 reduces the chances of wrongfully overwriting hdt.img.gz with the one from syslinux, which is, generally speaking, "older" than the one from the HDT project. Hence, IMHO the easiest and more versatile alternative is to use the pmagic's hdt.gz in the grub4dos menu, and hdt.c32/pci.ids in the syslinux menu.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:28 pm 
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I agree. The files 7z.exe, 7z.dll and 7za.exe (in fdubcd) included in ubcd51a2 are from a beta version that was part of the development of the current stable, version 9.20. There is a newer beta, 9.21 that even have additional bug fixes. In particular, 7za.exe is part of every boot process involving fdubcd, so updating to 9.20 (stable) or 9.21 (newer beta from 2011APR) should be advisable.


Sure. As discussed in PM with ady, I will update ubcd\tools\win32\unxutils\7za.exe/dll to V9.21beta. However, 7za.exe in fdubcd.img is the DOS version and is currently still stuck at V4.61. gzip.exe is still V1.3.12.

Quote:
NOTE3: Leaving hdt.c32 and the gzipped pci.ids is more versatile for updates and customizations than putting hdt.img.gz. It makes it even easier to update pmagic, which includes hdt.gz too. In addition, leaving hdt.c32 reduces the chances of wrongfully overwriting hdt.img.gz with the one from syslinux, which is, generally speaking, "older" than the one from the HDT project. Hence, IMHO the easiest and more versatile alternative is to use the pmagic's hdt.gz in the grub4dos menu, and hdt.c32/pci.ids in the syslinux menu.


Point taken. I will have to modify syslinux2grub4dos to handle this translation.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:53 am 
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Victor Chew wrote:
I will update ubcd\tools\win32\unxutils\7za.exe/dll to V9.21beta.


Just to avoid future problems, it should be

Quote:
I will update ubcd\tools\win32\unxutils\7za7z.exe/dll to V9.21beta.


Victor Chew wrote:
ady wrote:
NOTE3: Leaving hdt.c32 and the gzipped pci.ids is more versatile for updates and customizations than putting hdt.img.gz. It makes it even easier to update pmagic, which includes hdt.gz too. In addition, leaving hdt.c32 reduces the chances of wrongfully overwriting hdt.img.gz with the one from syslinux, which is, generally speaking, "older" than the one from the HDT project. Hence, IMHO the easiest and more versatile alternative is to use the pmagic's hdt.gz in the grub4dos menu, and hdt.c32/pci.ids in the syslinux menu.


Point taken. I will have to modify syslinux2grub4dos to handle this translation.


Again, just to reduce future problems, remember the previous NOTE1: pci.ids can be gzipped, but the filename should be reset to pci.ids, not pci.ids.gz.


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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
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ady wrote:
Again, just to reduce future problems, remember the previous NOTE1: pci.ids can be gzipped, but the filename should be reset to pci.ids, not pci.ids.gz.

This is not needed at all.
Code:
LABEL hdt
MENU LABEL Hardware Detection Tool V0.4.1
COM32 /boot/syslinux/hdt.c32
APPEND pciids=/boot/syslinux/pci.ids.gz

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 Post subject: Re: UBCD V5.1 alpha 2 available for download
PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2011 2:45 am 
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Icecube wrote:
ady wrote:
Again, just to reduce future problems, remember the previous NOTE1: pci.ids can be gzipped, but the filename should be reset to pci.ids, not pci.ids.gz.

This is not needed at all.


From http://hdt-project.org/wiki/howtostarthdt#Optionalfiles:

Quote:
pci.ids, modules.alias and modules.pcimap can optionally be gzipped (remove the gz extension afterwards), to save space and speedup loading.


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