[syslinux] Question to Memdisk
Luis.F.Correia at seg-social.pt
Thu Jan 23 02:56:16 PST 2003
I have no idea how you could unload memdisk.
That as not an issue to me, as our image works quite well...
From: Thomas Schuber [mailto:tschuber at syskonnect.de]
Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 10:30 AM
Subject: RE: [syslinux] Question to Memdisk
Thanks very much for the quick answer.
Do you know a way to unload the memdisk form the system memory? I need every
free byte running my DOS application.
> When you have an 'emulated' drive A:, the real floppy is
> (almost) always drive B:
> So, you'll be able to access it as B:
> AFAIK, once you have an emulated floppy, there is no way to revert it
> to A:. This behaviour ca be seen with CDROM floppy emulation like the
> Windows98 CD.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas Schuber [mailto:tschuber at syskonnect.de]
> Sent: Thursday, January 23, 2003 9:42 AM
> To: syslinux at zytor.com
> Subject: [syslinux] Question to Memdisk
> I am currently working with Memdisk.
> I setup a floppy disk that boots DOS and performs a VLM login into a
> NetWare Server.
> From this floppy I made an image and this image is sent to the diskless
> client via PXE and Memdisk.
> It works very good.
> After booting I still see the Image content at drive a:
> How can I remove this from the client memory and have drive a: as normal
> floppy available?
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