troy Posted August 9, 2006 Share Posted August 9, 2006 (edited) Ok, while working on my 7th or 8th HFSILP 6-in-1 CD, I'm trying to figure out how to simplify the process.The biggest time saver, would be to extend HFSLIP to look for PRO and HOME subfolders within the SOURCE folder, and to slip both at the same time, and skip the DRIVER.CAB options and automaticly create the SPX.CAB (otherwise, you can't fit into a single CD).(this would also be good for Windows 2000 folks)This would be more than enough, and I'd imagine it would be fairly trivial to implement (I don't write CMD scripts, so I really don't know).But, to take this a bit further, have HFSLIP look for a MULTIBOOT folder, which might look something like this:If found, HFSLIP would then create a similar directory structure under the SOURCESS folder, and: put the appropriate I386 folders in each generate an appropriate SETUPP.INI file for each put $OEM$ next to every I386 folder copy TXTSETUP.SIF to each of the appropriate boot folders with a fixed SetupSourcePath directiveIf we can at least get to the point of being able to slip multiple versions of the same OS at the same time, I'll send $20 to whomever. If we can do it all, I'll send $50. Edited August 9, 2006 by troy Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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