Gentoo LiveUSB using Grub4Dos
I'm feeling like I'm missing something pretty stupid here, but let's see what you think.
I am using YUMI from Pen Drive Linux to make my USB flash drive hold multiple Linux LiveCDs to cut down on the number of CDs I burn. I have multiple OS's on there just fine, but Gentoo and Sabayon are giving me problems.
YUMI does not natively support Gentoo, so I need to make a custom boot entry with the pre-installed Grub4Dos utility. I have dumped all of the files from the Gentoo Minimal install ISO into the directory "/multiboot/gentoo". Here is the entry I have for it:
I have Sabayon's entry set up similarly, but both fail to boot. When it tries to mount the root device (where the 'CD' is), it fails. It asks me for the appropriate block device, and I tell it which one it should be, but it says it's not correct.
title Gentoo Minimal x86 2011-03-22
find --set-root /multiboot/gentoo/isolinux/gentoo.igz
kernel /multiboot/gentoo/isolinux/gentoo root=/dev/ram0 init=/multiboot/gentoo/linuxrc dokeymap looptype=squashfs loop=/multiboot/gentoo/image.squashfs cdroot vga=791 slowusb
What am I doing wrong? I've Googled it, but I can't seem to find an answer.
Any help would be deeply appreciated.