On 10/29/08 6:18 PM, Stewart Adam wrote:
* Adds --skipcopy to skip copying the live OS
Oops, forgot to
mention two things. I know this feature seems a little odd,
so I wanted to explain a bit more... --skipcopy doesn't skip all copying,
just the live OS which makes it useful for testing the boot configuration.
It's also useful for USB media, where testing over and over would normally
be wasting limited write cycles it takes a lot of waiting for the 700MB file
copy finish. ALso, say the MBR gets lost or you've transferred the live OS
files from a friend's key, you can just refresh the MBR and bootloader
config instead without touching the live OS and persistant home.
* syslinux support isn't complete let, hopefully coming soon
For this I mean GPT+MBR syslinux support, that made it sound like the patch
broke the syslinux boot ;)