I am not sure where this should be posted but ... let me explain ...
I have a rolling 64-bit install that I use for packaging. On the same install I want to add a 32-bit remaster also for the purpose of packaging and testing 32-bit RPMS. I do not want to install the remaster instead would want to keep it in pristine condition so every time I logon to it, it will not have the devels and libs that were used in the previous build.
There's no problem with reinstalling devels and libs for me. I have a copy of the repo on a removable disk.
I normally do this on LiveUSB but I thought why not just create a /pcliveos and drop in my remastered kde-minime on the folder, fix up /boot/menu.lst and I'm ready to roll. Well, it's not that easy and here's where I'm gonna need some help.
Right now here's my menu.lst:
color black/cyan yellow/cyan
title PCLinuxOS 64
kernel (hd0,4)/boot/vmlinuz BOOT_IMAGE=PCLinuxOS_64 root=UUID=9889ae84-1883-406d-a2d6-ab06186dea62 quiet nokmsboot acpi=on resume=UUID=39c13ef0-39c3-4cdc-941f-ea07c4f957e5 splash=silent vga=788
[b]title PCLinuxOS 32 Live
kernel (hd0,4)/pcliveos/minime-isolinux/vmlinuz vga=788 splash=silent quiet livecd=minime root=Label=/pcliveos/ acpi=on fstab=rw,noauto
Obviously, there is something wrong with the second stanza or I wouldn't be posting. I removed fromusb
that was on the LiveUSB. I do not want it persistent so I can keep it's pristine condition. Updates and installation of devels and libs are already set to be done locally, i.e. from the removable harddisk.
While I am waiting for HDD Live Install - PMI
, I'd like to get this done as soon as I can.
Any help is appreciated.