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PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 10:18 am 
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If I want to start UBCD automatically instead of having to push enter when it first starts, what do I need to do to change this? Or in order to just change the time out so that it starts UBCD instead of the hard drive.

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The simplest way will to be edit isolinux/isolinux.cfg and change:

Quote:
PROMPT 1


to:

Quote:
PROMPT 0


You need to do the same for syslinux/syslinux.cfg if you are running from USB memory stick.


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I'd like to extend this question a bit: in addition to auto-starting, how can I get UBCD to automatically start a series of tests? The end goal is to allow me to just plug in the USB key and have it boot up and run a sequence of cpu, memory, serial port, etc, tests, preferably in a loop. This is to stress test newly built systems. I don't know much about Linux, but a friend of mine does, so either DOS or Linux scripting is an option.

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