Topic: Boot parameter findiso is no longer recognized
I use a ntfs-formated usb-drive with several different iso-files. This usb-drive is bootable with Grub4DOS and it allows me to boot each iso-file without extracting the iso-file to the filesystem. Some people (including me) is calling this a MultiBoot-Stick.
For GParted Live 0.33.0-2 I used this config in Grub4DOS:
title GParted Live 0.33.0-2 find --set-root /GParted-Live-0.33.0-2.iso map /GParted-Live-0.33.0-2.iso (0xff) || map --mem /GParted-Live-0.33.0-2.iso (0xff) map --hook kernel (0xff)/live/vmlinuz findiso=GParted-Live-0.33.0-2.iso edd=off boot=live locales=de_DE.UTF-8 keyboard-layouts=de union=overlay username=user config components noswap ip= net.ifnames=0 nosplash initrd (0xff)/live/initrd.img
Now I tried to include the current version of GParted Live and failed. Here is the config:
title GParted Live 1.0.0-1 find --set-root /GParted-Live-1.0.0-1.iso map /GParted-Live-1.0.0-1.iso (0xff) || map --mem /GParted-Live-1.0.0-1.iso (0xff) map --hook kernel (0xff)/live/vmlinuz findiso=GParted-Live-1.0.0-1.iso edd=off boot=live locales=de_DE.UTF-8 keyboard-layouts=de gl_batch union=overlay username=user config components noswap ip= net.ifnames=0 nosplash initrd (0xff)/live/initrd.img
It seems, that the findiso is no longer recognized, since the initrd and kernel loads. After that it searches for some minutes for the iso-file of GParted Live, but can't find it. According to various webpages, findiso should work in Debian Live.
Any advice, what I should to to boot GParted Live with Grub4DOS?