How can I mount an iso and boot from it? Anyone have any idea? I want to mount an iso in the asbestos bash shell.
I'm thinking chroot?
Then go to a grub folder and run grub?
Or what about lilo?
What about kboot.conf? Can I use kboot.conf to do a network install?
What about tftp?
I'd really just prefer to rip an img from a cd and somehow boot from that within asbestos.
Well, I started following some instructions. TFTP failed to start. Well xinetd failed to start. Even after following the instructions. Damn. Back to the original 10 ubuntu files, hopefully I can install something from scratch onto a flash drive.
Well, I got TFTP up on Ubuntu finally,
this site helped
I was reading two different dir's on what to put in the /etc/xinet.d/tftp
I guess the protocol and port are important
So now to see if I can tftpboot from asbestos, which according to marcan, was the original intention of asbestos.
Except, 1.5 doesn't have any tftpboot bash command.
I'll figure it out sooner or later.
I might have to use 1.2