Are you the maintainer/developer of these "fdxxxxx.igz/.img" images?
For UBCD, yes.
Fine. Thank you very much for your work.
I have some additional questions about cutomizing dosubcd.igz
Both dosubcd.igz/fdubcd.img v 3.40/3.42
First: How can I disable the upcoming Menu of UBCD 4.1.1 (5.x.x)
at the end of the boot process in _silent_ mode of the
dosubcd.igz/fdubcd.img (3.40/3.42) images? And how to set
a timeout and/or a default choose (launch/system/help/browse)?
I would prefer to have a complete _silent_ boot.
Second: How can I change the default behavior of the LFN Tools
to enable it by default at the boot process? In global.set is a
var LFN_INSTALL=1 but the default behavior is without (disbled)
I just want to sepearate "my" apps from the dosapps directory of
ubcd which are included...
For the next release, I'll include a global environment setting in /etc/autoset.bat which you can use/edit to append an additional path(s) for custom dosapps.
But it would be good to have the possibility to select the installed
apps. Usally I don't need all apps and it would be concise to have
only the preferred apps in the ubcd menu... Perhaps an additional
textfile where all the installed apps/dirs are listed...
MENU COLOR SCROLLBAR 37;44 #40000000 #00000000 std[/code]
The image automatically determines which version it is that you're using based off the information in this file. Check the contents and tell me what it says.
That was the problem. I changed the text in the head. And tried to change
some colors... Now it works. But IMHO I think it's not good to determine
the version of ubcd in this way...
btw: I would like to customize the colors. Do you know an overview
of the possible colors? Is there a table or something similar?
For example I would prefer a bright white text in the menu and/or
If you're using 4.1.1, it won't matter (it's designed to work only with UBCD 5b). If you are using 5b, can you be a little more specific (what error messages are you recieving??).
Now it works fine for me. I changed additional the path in
OK, And what is the VAR in batch-files and autorun.bat of the first cdrom?
I tried %CD1% but it doesn't work for me. I found the var %UBCDDRV% (v3.40)
and additional %CDDRV% (v3.42). Are the var %UBCDDRV% available at boot