Thanks for your speedy response with the above details of incorporating DeLi 0.8.0 into UBCD411
I note that the bottom bolded section with the updates to isolinux and syslinux are the exact same instructions as for the other distros (e.g., DSL) requiring your CONFIG recommendations in delineated codepage boxes.
UBCD50 beta 5 includes Parted Magic 3.0. Parted Magic isn't happy with PC's with less RAM than 300 MiB though Sad.
Basic linux and tomstbt Linux can be run without installing, Deli Linux needs to be installed to do something useful.
Unfortunately that's a very good point; many PCs I see have less RAM than 300MB ---- installed RAM on these seem to pretty much go [upwards] in order as 48MB, 64MB, 96MB, 128MB, and then (if fortunate!) 192MB and 256MB.
tomsrtbt, Basic Linux, Trinux, Damn Small Linux, and SystemRescueCD all work on these PC's, so UBCD411 would have
to be the way to go for using DeLi Linux based upon the above suggestions.
Another problem is that if DeLi does indeed need to be installed "to do something useful", then this just doesnt't cut it as a UBCD411 bootable/rescue/utilities Linux distro
OTOH, there is the possibility that there could
be a useful DeLi LiveCD via MaraDNS's 'MOOF', http://maradns.blogspot.com/2007/06/moof-04-released.html
Takes less than 40MB without additional packages, so even with adding the DeLi packages to really "do something useful", this should still come out to the 60MB ballpark-range of the installable parent DeLi Linux while being a functional liveCD
1. I'll stick to UBCD411 rather than UBCD50 beta5 for now.
2. I could remaster UBCD411 with Slax (http://www.slax.org/get_slax.php
) using the forum suggestions of 'How to add Slax Live CD to UBCD?' at http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1377&highlight=slax
The UBCD411 CD with Slax would obviously have to be larger than 200MB to fit the remaining UBCD411 software!
3) Once Slax is bootable from UBCD411, I can use this to go through the Linux Live scripts at http://www.linux-live.org/
along with moof and DeLi.
4) Then, I'd re-review Icecube's CONFIG and isolinux suggestions above, make the edits, and trim the UBCD411 apps/packages to get a nice working moof bootable from inside a 200MB miniCD.