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- Join Date
- Sep 2010
Making my own boot CD, GRUB?
Lucid Puppy 5.11 (Live)
Damn Small Linux (Live)
Arch linux net install
(Total size: about 600 MB)
I was thinking about using GRUB legacy as the boot manager on the CD, but I'm wondering how I can install GRUB to a CD. I've been experimenting with the live CD of Ubuntu, but when i start to delete the Ubuntu files (which I don't need) it messes up the filesystem manifest and I'm left with a non-bootable .iso. So I want to build GRUB from scratch and add all the entries to the menu.lst.
- Join Date
- Oct 2007
- Tucson AZ
To boot a CD with Grub you need the file: stage2_eltorito.
If you don't have it in your /boot/grub directory, you should be able to find it in /usr/lib/grub. Which version of Ubuntu are you using? Versions after 9.04 are using Grub2 so they would not have a menu.lst file.
You indicate you want to include four systems which you list. None of them is Ubuntu so why are you trying to install Grub from Ubuntu? Why not use it from Puppy
I haven't put Arch Linux on a CD but I have the other three booting from Grub. Maybe explaining in a little more detail what you have done would help us to help you?