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> Grub, USB, and a shell
docmur
post Feb 28 2007, 12:01 PM
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Okay so here's what I want to do I have a USB key that I want to put a mini version of grub on to. This will make it boot able. Then I want to take some version of the bash or even sh shell an put that on the usb key to boot. So all that will happen is the key boots into a very very small busybox like shell. Thats all I want can someone help me with this. This will also mean I want a minimum command set.

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Hemant
post Apr 14 2007, 09:38 PM
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Might be too late, but tldp had a nice article on these things.


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