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Who knows. Nohajc August 26th, Man, you're awesome!
This is precisely the reason why I want to become a real programmer. D To have the absolute control over what my machine does. I myself won't be able to test it for you but fingers crossed.
This looks like the real thing. Try Again August 26th, I've made a new tarball, it's mainly a code clean-up, but copy operations should be a little faster: It works right but the runtime is about 5 seconds from grub to grub: I haven't tried your update though. Anyway, you've done a great job.
I only wish I could understand this stuff but assembler is still a wizardry to me. D gcorreai August 27th, It was a bit tricky, but it worked at last!
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Works like a charm, except it's taking a long time to boot. I'll tinker a bit with grub2 config, but the step from boot to grub4dos it's not that bad actually. Thanks a lot man!
You just made my splashtop button useful! Maybe I'll install chromium os to get an "instant-on" OS my original idea this week.
Try Again August 27th, Technically, the boot procedure is the same from the one involving the normal power button copy a bootloader at 0x7c00, load a kernel, bootthere's no magic in it. But the entire purpose of the Splashtop button is to have a non-interactive way of booting an OS.
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So, theoretically, you're saving time from not having to choose, but it's not that obvious at the moment: GRUB4DOS does partition probing in the order specified by the partition table, so if your stboot partition is not the first one, it might take some time That's why I'm looking for a lightweight alternative or another boot method for example, by reading boot sectors with stboot. But, sincerely, there's no point in booting your regular OS with the additional button, except for rescue purposes. With two power buttons, your PC is not tied to only one bootloader anymore, thus you are free to find a specific purpose for one button or the other. What now? Actually, the C: Nohajc September 9th, Well, unless they've come up with a new type of EG, it should certainly be there.
Have you tried to look for it on a Asus Eee PC 1005PE Netbook ExpresssGate partition? First, unhide it using gparted, for instance. Used paragon partition manager to unhide the recovery partition, and assign a drive letter so it can be accessed via windows. Will try booting into linux mint soon: D EDIT: Uh, little update.
Asus Eee PC 1005PE Netbook ExpresssGate linux mint installed grub before, probably the MBR, which is not what i want. Will restore the MBR first, then restore grub like this: Exit the shell 9. Reboot Would this be the correct way of doing things? I'm not quite sure how I would install grub to the linux partition without compromising the MBR. Oh my, installed xubuntu because it's sexier and now i've discovered the 'install bootloader to this other thing'- option. Dual OS: Lose the Wait with Express Gate Eee PC™ PE netbooks running Windows based OS come with Eee Docking*, an intuitive software suite that. Now here is what you can try first.
a.) Removing battery. b.) Unplug mains.
c.) Press-and-hold the power button for 10 seconds. d.) Reinstall.