Can I boot the LiveCD from an external USB drive partition ?
I use multiple linux live CD distros, bootable from an exernal USB drive.
Each has it's own logical partition, and using 'extlinux' from the syslinux
project, I can boot any LiveCD off the drive. Nice for testing and demos.
Is it possible to copy the LiveCD to an external usb drive's logical partition
and use syslinux/extlinux bootloader to boot the LiveCD ?
I couldn't find an 'initrd' or boot options to pass to the kernel on the PFSense Live CD.
This is a typical extlinux.conf entry;
APPEND file=/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper initrd=/casper/initrd.gz quiet splash –
menu label ^Try Ubuntu without any change to your computer
append file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper initrd=/casper/initrd.gz quiet splash --
Can the pfsense LiveCD be extracted to a fat32/ext2 logical partition and
be made bootable, either with 'GRUB' or 'SYSLINUX' ?
Thank you. :)