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About GrosBedo

  1. Hello, Sorry if this post is misplaced, but since you seems to know very well how to use isolinux, I have a question for you: I am myself making my own DVD multiboot with multiple liveCDs included. I get to work everything in pretty much the same manner you are describing in your tutorial. But now I need an important function that I can't get to work: DISPLAY boot.msg In fact to be precise, it works perfectly in the first isolinux.cfg, but if I append another cfg with the DISPLAY command, it won't show up, even if it's the same file ! Here's an example: ISOLINUX.CFG DISPLAY boot.msg PROMPT 1 TIMEOUT 100 DEFAULT main LABEL main KERNEL menu.c32 APPEND /ISOLINUX.CFG ISOLINUX.CFG is capitalized because the filename is that way and Linux is case sensitive. In boot.msg you can place any message you want. APPEND /ISOLINUX.CFG is the same as APPEND ISOLINUX.CFG in my case, it even works better in fact. Now if you try this configuration, you'll see that the first time it shows up the splash screen will show the message, but after the other splashscreens won't. So how to do that ? I need it in fact to keep the original messages that can contain precious infos. If there is another way I'm okay, but I would like to know if at least it's possible. /EDIT: One more thing I noticed: even if you set PROMPT 1 the prompt will be disabled after the first screen. I precise that I have the latest isolinux (3.52). Thank's for any answer.