[syslinux] submenu using vesamenu.c32 and menu.c32

Tom Meierjürgen tomcatmj at web.de
Mon Oct 1 15:10:17 PDT 2007

Am Sonntag 02 September 2007 08:53:53 schrieb Ryan McDowell:
> Hello everyone
> I'm new to using menu.c32 and vesamenu.c32. I have used the original
> method of using pxelinux menus. I've read the wiki page and it speaks of
> being able to create submenus by making one of my menu options reference
> to (vesa)menu.c32 as the kernel and append the config file. I'm not sure
> I'm doing it correctly it was a little over simplified. Any help would
> be great.
> Thanks, Ryan
Perhaps, if you understand enoug german language,  my website 
http://www.mosnis.dyndns.org might be interesting for you where im working on 
a documentation how to build a Networkinstallationserver for installing 
different Operatingsystems via PXE-Boot? I've some exampleconfigurations with 
textmode menues via menu.c32 and VESA-Menues via vesamenu.c32 in a choosable 
I guess nearby end of this week i'll move the Website to an externalserver 
instead of my homeserver, so that websites stability, availability and 
performance should then be a lot better than with my actual 992 kbit/s 
upstream ;) 

I'll tell the upcoming webaddress when the domain is available and perhaps 
some translators are interested in helping with the Site?

 Tom Meierjürgen (aka TomcatMJ) 
Tom's Websites: 

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