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Darude1234

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  1. I was wondering if there is a way to create a bootdisk that just starts a program, without any text shown before the program starts? only echoing "Starting program A..." or something. For example I want to add a program delpart (DOS-program) to my Multiboot DVD, but don't want all that crap shown before delpart starts. Only something like: "Starting Delpart, please wait...".
  2. Well, in that case, what's wrong with my solution in post #7? I still don't know what you want. If you want to change the contents automatically, try to understand that you need a source to get the news from like a database or text file, can't find another solution right now
  3. Remove the marquee quotes <marquee> and </marquee> Try to tell exactly what you want. I think there are 3 options and I showed you these options: Option 1. Put the news directly in the source code Option 2. Getting the news from a database and show it to the user Option 3. Put news lines, line by line in a text file and read every line in the text file using a script. But the last option is almost the same as option 1.
  4. Why did you open a new topic? What was wrong with my solution? If you want to show news from items in a database you first have to connect to the database and fetch the items from the database. Using PHP and MySQL it would be something like this: mysqlconnection.php: <?php function MySQL_connection() { $host = "hostname"; $user = "username"; $pass = "password"; $connection = mysql_connect($host, $user, $pass); mysql_select_db ("databasename", $connection); } ?> newsbar.php <?php include("mysqlconnection.php"); MySQL_connection(); $qsqlnews = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM news"); While($row = @mysql_fetch_array($qsqlnews)) { $title = $row["title"]; $message = $row["message"]; $date = $row["date"]; } echo "<marquee><b>($date) $title</b> - $message "; ?> Ofcourse you have to edit $host, $user, $pass and databasename according to your situation
  5. If you just want to add the news to your html source files your can use this: If you want to show news from items in a database you first have to connect to the database and fetch the items from the database. Using PHP and MySQL it would be something like this: mysqlconnection.php: <?php function MySQL_connection() { $host = "hostname"; $user = "username"; $pass = "password"; $connection = mysql_connect($host, $user, $pass); mysql_select_db ("databasename", $connection); } ?> newsbar.php <?php include("mysqlconnection.php"); MySQL_connection(); $qsqlnews = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM news"); While($row = @mysql_fetch_array($qsqlnews)) { $title = $row["title"]; $message = $row["message"]; $date = $row["date"]; } echo "<marquee><b>($date) $title</b> - $message "; ?> Edit: Ofcourse you have to edit $host, $user, $pass and databasename according to your situation
  6. The big problem with manifest files is that option buttons are fully black so you can't see the text in it. And most of the time you get an error: System Error &H80070583 (-2147023485). The class doesn't exist. Then there is another solution to put the option button in an image box, but if you want to change colors using the option buttons that is also not gonna work, with black backgrounds. I still havn't found a solution for this, but i'm using Visual Basic 2005 now and that is fully XP Style compatible. I also think you can better step to Visual Basic 2005 because most of the programmers are programming in .NET, C of C++, so Visual Basic 2005 would be a better option as programmer Or Java fully platform independent
  7. Yes, i'm using VMWare, but it's weird that it had worked. But I will check what it will do when i'm installing it on a real pc
  8. Hello, With my multiboot DVD, I get a very frustating error after the first restart of the win98 install. It says: (translated, don't know exactly what it would say in the english version of win98) When I press a key it says: Do you know why I get this error and how do I solve it? I already tried to add the win98 files from another cd, but that won't help.
  9. ... and in that case you first have to load sata drivers in the xp install. You can do that by pressing F6 while it's loading the installation components in the beginning of the xp setup. Maybe you can integrate them in the xp install with nLite
  10. Office shrinking to 36 MB: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?act=At...pe=post&id=4874 Windows XP shrinking to 120 MB: http://gosh.msfnhosting.com/part1.htm
  11. Hi, Today I added Windows Server 2003 to my Multiboot-DVD, but when i start the os in the bootmenu it comes with the error: NTDETECT failed. I already searched on the forum, but couldn't find any useable solutions. Also after I added Windows Server 2003, XP gives the same error, while XP worked perfectly before. Someone who knows a solution for this problem? Thanks, Ruud. /edit: Problem solved. I copied some files from windows 2000 boot directory and it worked. I think there was an error in my winnt.sif
  12. This is the correct command for creating the ISO: ofcourse you have to edit the paths to your files. In my example: AIO-DVD-folder is on the root of my d-partition. (d:\AIO-DVD\)
  13. I have no problems with dutch win95/98 and ME in VMWare, and I can't imagine that there could be problems with other languages from the same operating system. Are you sure you have done all steps correctly, because in the time I was creating my Multi-bootable DVD, I also had many problems, but all the problems where my own faults.
  14. Well, I wrote it on the way I thought I did it. I didn't know exactly the way I did it, but I will look at it again later. I will create a new cd and then post a guide on the way it works, just to make clear for all other users on the forum, how to create a multibootable cd with knoppix
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