[syslinux] Rebooting to hard drive from DOS floppy

Peter.Leenders at computacenter.com Peter.Leenders at computacenter.com
Wed Jul 30 00:41:20 PDT 2003

Use a diskette with jo.sys

for more details look at this side:

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"THUESON,TYLER (HP-Boise,ex1)" <tyler.thueson at hp.com>@zytor.com on
29.07.2003 21:43:10

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Subject: [syslinux] Rebooting to hard drive from DOS floppy

Hi all,

Do any of you have any ideas for getting a DOS floppy to reboot to the hard
drive (which may contain Windows 98 or XP or Linux or Novell etc etc)? I
want to use syslinux, but it does not support the localboot option like
pxelinux and isolinux do.

Basically, I want to boot DOS from a floppy, run some DOS stuff, then
to the hard drive while leaving the floppy disk in the drive. Loadlin would
be perfect if it supported OSes other than Linux.



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