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The Definitive USBMultipass Config

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Alright, so since the 5x24 thread is so crowded, I decided to create this thread to compile all of the **WORKING** boots.

These are not Grub2 computable, this is for legacy Grub1.

The best way to do this is a group-viewable google doc (any other suggestions...please suggest)

The format for posting additions to this thread:

Name of IMG/ISO/App

Notes

--

the config

--

if possible, put the tree

This will be posted here, and then after it has been added to this thread, add it to the google doc.

As of 11:30, Aug 26, most of the code has been taken from Psychosis (Thanks alot man)

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AVjKblex...qYmNy&hl=en

Since those are working no need to repost them here.

EDIT 10/20/09:

http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AVjKblex...qYmNy&hl=en

^^ working link. Someone deleted everything and I had to lock it down. It's open now...try not to delete anything. This is a compilation of everything

Things still needed:

Trees for menu.lst so far (Psychosis? Post??)

A better system than Google Docs (which yes, is better than a forum)

A cure for AIDS

A way for Windows users (Me) to create splashimages

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Knoppix 5.3 DVD

Extract the DVD to your USB keydrive. copy the contents of boot\isolinux from the knoppix DVD to \knoppix on the keydrive

title   KNOPPIX 5.3
kernel /knoppix/linux ramdisk_size=100000 init=/etc/init lang=us apm=power-off vga=791 nomce quiet BOOT_IMAGE=KNOPPIX
initrd /knoppix/minirt.gz
boot 

tested on a lenovo R500 laptop

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Pointsec database recovery Floppy

this is the floppy disk that Pointsec gives out to repair psmain errors in their full disk encryption product.

make a floppy, then create a .img file from it. place the img file in /boot

title Pointsec Database Recovery
map --mem /boot/pointsec.img (fd0)
map --hook
chainloader (fd0)+1
map (hd1) (hd0)
map --hook
rootnoverify (fd0)

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As of 11:30, Aug 26, most of the code has been taken from Psychosis (Thanks alot man)
No worries.

Trees for menu.lst so far (Psychosis? Post??)

I'll work on it.

A way for Windows users (Me) to create splashimages

GIMP for Windows is incompatible. I use an Ubuntu VM, so send me any images and I'll convert them.

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To enter the Grub4DOS command line you can simple press 'c' at anytime, you do not need to use "commandline."

Also, if you'd like to view a file with say, Windows keys or something instead of writing them all down you can use this:

title Windows Keys
cat /Windows-installs/keys.txt
pause
configfile /menu.lst

"/Windows-installs/keys.txt" can be changed to any file you'd like, "pause" temporarily stops the script from executing until you press a key so that you can actually read the text displayed (and write anything down if you'd like), and "configfile /menu.lst" just brings you back to the first boot menu.

I'm working on editing the init scripts in both Ophcrack and Back|Track 4. When I get all the kinks worked out you should be able to place the Ophcrack tables in any directory you'd like and have Ophcrack still start up automatically and you should be able to move the "casper" directory off the root of the flash drive and put those wherever you'd like and still be able to boot BT4. This will decrease clutter on the root of the drive as well as make it possible to boot multiple distros that implement the casper temporary file system.

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To enter the Grub4DOS command line you can simple press 'c' at anytime, you do not need to use "commandline."

I mostly use my multipass at the school computer labs, and they are quite dark - it's sometimes a pain to find a particular key :(. I found this was faster.

Nice work with Ophcrack/BT4. I 'reduced' clutter by making most of the folders hidden/system.

multipass.png

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I 'reduced' clutter by making most of the folders hidden/system.

All files/folders on the root of mine are hidden as well, it doesn't reduce clutter on my personal computer because I like knowing what's on my computer so "View hidden files/folders" is enabled :P I mainly hid them so they won't show up when using my flash drive at school. I just feel more comfortable having other students and teachers not thinking "what the hell is "multiboot? or casper?" " especially if I were to plug it into a teachers computer for a presentation or something while the projector is on. :o We actually have more Macs at school than PCs in use so I had to figure out how I could hide the files on a Mac as well, which I did. :) If anybody would like to know how, PM me.

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All files/folders on the root of mine are hidden as well, it doesn't reduce clutter on my personal computer because I like knowing what's on my computer so "View hidden files/folders" is enabled :P I mainly hid them so they won't show up when using my flash drive at school. I just feel more comfortable having other students and teachers not thinking "what the hell is "multiboot? or casper?" " especially if I were to plug it into a teachers computer for a presentation or something while the projector is on. :o We actually have more Macs at school than PCs in use so I had to figure out how I could hide the files on a Mac as well, which I did. :) If anybody would like to know how, PM me.

I also have hidden folders enabled, and so do some teachers, so I marked them as system so they still dont show without unticking "Hide protected Operating System files" or something like that.

I think with macs being based on Unix, a folder starting with a . is hidden. I know that their .DS_Store is hidden. I found this though: http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p...amp;postcount=4

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title Windows Keys
cat /Windows-installs/keys.txt
pause
configfile /menu.lst

Has been added to the master list.

By the way, its editable by the public. Waiting on me isn't necessary.

This is great by the way, this list is progressing really well.

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I also have hidden folders enabled, and so do some teachers, so I marked them as system so they still dont show without unticking "Hide protected Operating System files" or something like that.

I think with macs being based on Unix, a folder starting with a . is hidden. I know that their .DS_Store is hidden. I found this though: http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p...amp;postcount=4

Ahh, well I like viewing my "Protected" OS files lol

But yes, because Mac OS is based on UNIX files starting with a '.' are hidden, the only problem with that is that some folders/files can't be moved or renamed (as of now) such as "casper." The "invisible bit" the mention in the link you posted are HFS+ proprietary, which means they can't be used on a FAT32 drive. What I did was use a program called "setfile" on an OS X system which makes a file that holds all HFS+ metadata for the specified file on a non-HFS+ filesystem. Essentially this adds more files, which are hidden by default in windows, but I'd rather have spotless looking drive when my teachers/fellow students see it.

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Smart Boot Manager, BT3, BT4 pre(load to menu.lst), Kon-Boot, Ophcrack, Trinity Rescue Kit(on other partition), Hirens 9.9, ntpasswd, DBAN, Parted Magic, FreeDOS, Damn Small Linux, Ubuntu LiveCD(non-persistent), Super Grub Disk(made using unetbootin), Memory Test, Boot the First Hard Disk

menu.lst:

title Smart Boot Manager
kernel /memdisk
initrd /sbm.img

title BT3
kernel /bt3_root/boot/vmlinuz vga=0x317 ramdisk_size=6666 root=/dev/ram0 rw quiet
initrd=/bt3_root/boot/initrd.gz

title BT4 pre
configfile /bt4-pre_root/boot/grub/menu.lst

title Kon-Boot
map --mem /konboot-1.1.img (fd0)
map --hook
chainloader (fd0)+1
map (hd1) (hd0)
map --hook
rootnoverify (fd0)

title Ophcrack
kernel /ophcrack_root/boot/bzImage rw root=/dev/null vga=normal lang=C kmap=us screen=1024x768x16 autologin
initrd /ophcrack_root/boot/rootfs.gz

title Trinity Rescue Kit
map (hd0,1)+1 (fd0)
map --hook
rootnoverify (fd0)
chainloader +1

title Hirens 9.9
kernel /memdisk
initrd /hirens_root/boot.gz

title ntpasswd
kernel /memdisk
initrd /ntpasswd.img

title DBAN
kernel /memdisk
initrd /dban-floppy.img

title Parted Magic
kernel /pmagic/bzImage noapic load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=0 rw vga=791 sleep=10 loglevel=0 keymap=us
initrd /pmagic/initramfs

title FreeDOS
kernel /memdisk
initrd /freedos.img

title Damn Small Linux
kernel /dsl_root/boot/isolinux/linux24 ramdisk_size=100000 init=/etc/init lang=us apm=power-off vga=789 initrd=minirt24.gz nomce noapic BOOT_IMAGE=dsl
initrd /dsl_root/boot/isolinux/minirt24.gz

title Ubuntu LiveCD
find --set-root /ubuntu904.iso
map /ubuntu904.iso (0xff)
map --hook
rootnoverify (0xff)
kernel /casper/vmlinuz file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper iso-scan/filename=/ubuntu904.iso quiet splash locale=en.UTF-8 --
initrd /casper/initrd.gz

title Super Grub Disk(made using unetbootin)
kernel /super-grub_root/ubnkern
initrd /super-grub_root/ubninit

title Memory Test
kernel /memtest86+.bin

title Boot the First Hard Disk
rootnoverify (hd1)
chainloader +1

##END################
boot

BT4pre menu.lst:

# By default, boot the first entry.
default 0

# Boot automatically after 30 secs.
timeout 30

splashimage=/bt4-pre_root/boot/grub/bt4.xpm.gz


title                Start BackTrack FrameBuffer (1024x768)
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw quiet vga=0x317
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd.gz

title                Start BackTrack FrameBuffer (800x600)
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw quiet vga=0x314
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd800.gz

title                Start BackTrack Forensics (no swap)
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw vga=0x317
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrdfr.gz

title                Start BackTrack in Safe Graphical Mode
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper xforcevesa rw quiet 
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd.gz

title                Start Persistent Live CD
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper persistent rw quiet 
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd.gz

title                Start BackTrack in Text Mode
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent textonly rw quiet
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd.gz

title                Start BackTrack Graphical Mode from RAM
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper toram nopersistent rw quiet 
initrd                /bt4-pre_root/boot/initrd.gz

title                Memory Test
kernel                /bt4-pre_root/boot/memtest86+.bin

title                Boot the First Hard Disk
root                (hd0)
chainloader +1

tree of usb root

user@host:/media/BOOTDISCS$ tree
.
|-- BT3
|   |-- LICENSE
|   |-- base
|   |   |-- bin.lzm
|   |   |-- changes.lzm
|   |   |-- etc.lzm
|   |   |-- home.lzm
|   |   |-- kernel.lzm
|   |   |-- lib.lzm
|   |   |-- opt.lzm
|   |   |-- pentest.lzm
|   |   |-- root.lzm
|   |   |-- sbin.lzm
|   |   |-- usr.lzm
|   |   `-- var.lzm
|   |-- livecd.sgn
|   |-- make_iso.bat
|   |-- make_iso.sh
|   |-- modules
|   |   |-- ccsm-0.7.4-noarch-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compiz-0.7.4-i486-1sl.lzm
|   |   |-- compiz-bcop-0.7.4-noarch-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compiz-fusion-plugins-extra-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compiz-fusion-plugins-main-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compiz-fusion-plugins-unsupported-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compizconfig-backend-kconfig-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- compizconfig-python-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- emerald-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- emerald-themes-0.6.99-i486-1bmg.lzm
|   |   |-- fuse-2.7.3-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- fusion-icon-20080312-noarch-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- libcompizconfig-0.7.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- libsexy-0.1.11-i686-4as.lzm
|   |   |-- libwnck-2.18.3-i486-1sl.lzm
|   |   |-- mesa.lzm
|   |   |-- pycairo-1.4.12-i686-1as.lzm
|   |   |-- pygobject-2.14.1-i486-1sl.lzm
|   |   |-- pygtk-2.12.1-i486-1sl.lzm
|   |   |-- pyrex-0.9.6.4-i486-1as.lzm
|   |   `-- sexy-python-0.1.9-i686-4as.lzm
|   |-- optional
|   |   |-- cubez.lzm
|   |   `-- nvidiadriver.lzm
|   `-- tools
|       |-- WIN
|       |   |-- config
|       |   |-- cygwin1.dll
|       |   `-- mkisofs.exe
|       |-- deb2lzm
|       |-- dir2lzm
|       |-- liblinuxlive
|       |-- lzm2dir
|       |-- mksquashfs
|       |-- rmlivemod
|       |-- tgz2lzm
|       |-- unsquashfs
|       `-- uselivemod
|-- KNOPPIX
|   `-- KNOPPIX
|-- bt3_root
|   `-- boot
|       |-- bootinst.bat
|       |-- bootinst.sh
|       |-- bootlilo.sh
|       |-- chain.c32
|       |-- dos
|       |   |-- BT3.bat
|       |   |-- config
|       |   |-- loadlin.exe
|       |   `-- readme.txt
|       |-- initrd.gz
|       |-- isolinux
|       |   |-- isolinux.bin
|       |   |-- isolinux.boot
|       |   `-- isolinux.cfg
|       |-- msramdmp.c32
|       |-- mt86p
|       |-- syslinux
|       |   |-- ldlinux.sys
|       |   |-- lilo
|       |   |-- mbr.bin
|       |   |-- syslinux
|       |   |-- syslinux.cfg
|       |   |-- syslinux.com
|       |   `-- syslinux.exe
|       |-- vesamenu.c32
|       `-- vmlinuz
|-- bt4-pre_root
|   |-- boot
|   |   |-- bootsplash
|   |   |-- grub
|   |   |   |-- bt4.xpm.gz
|   |   |   |-- menu.lst
|   |   |   `-- stage2_eltorito
|   |   |-- initrd.gz
|   |   |-- initrd800.gz
|   |   |-- initrdfr.gz
|   |   |-- memtest86+.bin
|   |   `-- vmlinuz
|   |-- boot.catalog
|   `-- md5sum.txt
|-- casper
|   |-- filesystem.manifest
|   |-- filesystem.manifest-desktop
|   `-- filesystem.squashfs
|-- clonezilla_root
|   |-- COPYING
|   |-- Clonezilla-Live-Version
|   |-- home
|   |   `-- partimag
|   |-- live
|   |   |-- eb.zli
|   |   |-- filesystem.squashfs
|   |   |-- freedos.img
|   |   |-- gpxe.lkn
|   |   |-- initrd1.img
|   |   |-- memtest
|   |   |-- packages.txt
|   |   |-- parameters.txt
|   |   `-- vmlinuz1
|   |-- syslinux
|   |   |-- chain.c32
|   |   |-- drblwp.png
|   |   |-- memdisk
|   |   |-- menu.c32
|   |   |-- ocswp.png
|   |   |-- syslinux.cfg
|   |   `-- vesamenu.c32
|   `-- utils
|       |-- README.txt
|       |-- linux
|       |   |-- VERSION.txt
|       |   |-- makeboot.sh
|       |   `-- syslinux
|       |-- mbr
|       |   `-- mbr.bin
|       `-- win32
|           |-- VERSION.txt
|           |-- makeboot.bat
|           `-- syslinux.exe
|-- dban-floppy.img
|-- dsl_root
|   |-- boot
|   |   `-- isolinux
|   |       |-- boot.cat
|   |       |-- boot.msg
|   |       |-- f2
|   |       |-- f3
|   |       |-- german.kbd
|   |       |-- isolinux.bin
|   |       |-- isolinux.cfg
|   |       |-- linux24
|   |       |-- logo.16
|   |       `-- minirt24.gz
|   `-- index.html
|-- freedos.img
|-- grldr
|-- grub-rescue-floppy.img
|-- hirens_root
|   |-- Active.uha
|   |-- Astra.uha
|   |-- BiosBoot.uha
|   |-- DiskCmdr.uha
|   |-- Diskptch.uha
|   |-- DosBurn.uha
|   |-- DskMangr.uha
|   |-- ESTest.uha
|   |-- EasyRecv.uha
|   |-- FastLynx.uha
|   |-- Ghost.uha
|   |-- HDAT2.uha
|   |-- HDDReg.uha
|   |-- HWiNFO.uha
|   |-- HddErase.uha
|   |-- HddTools.uha
|   |-- Killdisk.uha
|   |-- LapLink5.uha
|   |-- Med_Tool.uha
|   |-- Mini98.uha
|   |-- MpxPlay.uha
|   |-- NTFS4DOS.uha
|   |-- Network.uha
|   |-- NtPwd.uha
|   |-- PCDoctor.uha
|   |-- PCI32.uha
|   |-- PCcheck.uha
|   |-- PTD.uha
|   |-- PartCmdr.uha
|   |-- PartMngr.uha
|   |-- PictView.uha
|   |-- QuickVie.uha
|   |-- ReHive.uha
|   |-- RegView.uha
|   |-- SavePart.uha
|   |-- SystemAn.uha
|   |-- TestDisk.uha
|   |-- Tools.uha
|   |-- VC.uha
|   |-- Vdefs
|   |   `-- ReadME.txt
|   |-- Victoria.uha
|   |-- WinTools
|   |   |-- 7Zip.bat
|   |   |-- AsteriskLogger.bat
|   |   |-- AutoRuns.bat
|   |   |-- Autorun.csv
|   |   |-- Autorun.exe
|   |   |-- CCleaner.bat
|   |   |-- CPUz.bat
|   |   |-- CPorts.bat
|   |   |-- ComboFix.exe
|   |   |-- ContentAdvisorPasswordRemover.bat
|   |   |-- CoolWebSearch_Remover.bat
|   |   |-- DTemp.bat
|   |   |-- DefragNT.exe
|   |   |-- DialAFix.bat
|   |   |-- DisableAutorun.bat
|   |   |-- DisableCompressOldFiles.bat
|   |   |-- DoubleDriver.bat
|   |   |-- DriveImageXML.bat
|   |   |-- DriverBackup.exe
|   |   |-- DrvImgXp.bat
|   |   |-- DskSpeed.bat
|   |   |-- EASEUSPartitionMaster.bat
|   |   |-- ERDExplorer.bat
|   |   |-- ERDSystemRestore.bat
|   |   |-- EditHosts.bat
|   |   |-- ExpressBurn.bat
|   |   |-- EzPCFix.bat
|   |   |-- GetDataFAT.bat
|   |   |-- GetDataNTFS.bat
|   |   |-- Ghost32.bat
|   |   |-- GhostExp.bat
|   |   |-- HDDScan.bat
|   |   |-- HDTune.bat
|   |   |-- HijackThis.exe
|   |   |-- IBProcMan.exe
|   |   |-- JkDefrag.bat
|   |   |-- KasperskyVirusRemoval.bat
|   |   |-- KillBox.exe
|   |   |-- MailPassView.bat
|   |   |-- Malwarebytes.bat
|   |   |-- MemTest.bat
|   |   |-- MessenPass.bat
|   |   |-- MonitorTester.bat
|   |   |-- NewSID.bat
|   |   |-- NtRegOpt.bat
|   |   |-- Opera.bat
|   |   |-- PCI32.bat
|   |   |-- PCWizard.bat
|   |   |-- PageDfrg.bat
|   |   |-- PartSaving.bat
|   |   |-- PartitionFindAndMount.bat
|   |   |-- PasswordRenew.bat
|   |   |-- ProceXP.exe
|   |   |-- ProcessExplorer.bat
|   |   |-- ProduKey.bat
|   |   |-- Recuva.bat
|   |   |-- RegEditPE.bat
|   |   |-- RegistryRestoreWizard.bat
|   |   |-- Restoration.bat
|   |   |-- RootkitRevealer.bat
|   |   |-- SM.bat
|   |   |-- ShExView.bat
|   |   |-- Shredder.exe
|   |   |-- SilentRunners.bat
|   |   |-- SmartDriverBackup.bat
|   |   |-- SmitFraudFix.bat
|   |   |-- SpaceMonger.bat
|   |   |-- Splitter.exe
|   |   |-- SpybotSD.bat
|   |   |-- SpywareBlaster.bat
|   |   |-- StartupCPL.bat
|   |   |-- StartupMonitor.exe
|   |   |-- SuperAntiSpyware.bat
|   |   |-- TCPView.bat
|   |   |-- TrueCrypt.bat
|   |   |-- TweakUI.bat
|   |   |-- UltimateWindowsTweaker.bat
|   |   |-- Undelete.bat
|   |   |-- UnknownDevices.bat
|   |   |-- Unlocker.bat
|   |   |-- UnstoppableCopier.bat
|   |   |-- VideoMemoryStressTest.bat
|   |   |-- VolkovCommander.bat
|   |   |-- WinDirStat.bat
|   |   |-- WinKeyFinder.exe
|   |   |-- WindowsGate.bat
|   |   |-- Winsock2Fix9x.bat
|   |   |-- WirelessKeyView.bat
|   |   |-- XP-Key-Reader.bat
|   |   |-- XpTCPIPWinsockRepair.bat
|   |   |-- files
|   |   |   |-- Autoruns.uha
|   |   |   |-- CCleaner.uha
|   |   |   |-- CpuZ.uha
|   |   |   |-- DialAFix.uha
|   |   |   |-- DriveImageXML.uha
|   |   |   |-- DrvImgXp.uha
|   |   |   |-- EPM.uha
|   |   |   |-- ERD.uha
|   |   |   |-- ExpressBurn.uha
|   |   |   |-- EzPCFix.uha
|   |   |   |-- Files.uha
|   |   |   |-- GetDataB.uha
|   |   |   |-- Ghost32.uha
|   |   |   |-- HDDScan.uha
|   |   |   |-- HDTune.uha
|   |   |   |-- JkDefrag.uha
|   |   |   |-- KasperskyVirusRemoval.uha
|   |   |   |-- Malwarebytes.uha
|   |   |   |-- NTREGOPT.uha
|   |   |   |-- Opera.uha
|   |   |   |-- PCwizard.uha
|   |   |   |-- PartFind.uha
|   |   |   |-- PasswordRenew.uha
|   |   |   |-- Recuva.uha
|   |   |   |-- RegEditPE.uha
|   |   |   |-- Restoration.uha
|   |   |   |-- RootkitRevealer.uha
|   |   |   |-- SRunners.uha
|   |   |   |-- SmartDriverBackup.uha
|   |   |   |-- SmitfraudFix.uha
|   |   |   |-- SpybotSD.uha
|   |   |   |-- SpywareBlaster.uha
|   |   |   |-- SuperAntiSpyware.uha
|   |   |   |-- TrueCrypt.uha
|   |   |   |-- TweakUI.uha
|   |   |   |-- UltimateWindowsTweaker.uha
|   |   |   |-- Undelete.uha
|   |   |   |-- Unlocker.uha
|   |   |   |-- VideoMemoryStressTest.uha
|   |   |   |-- WindirSt.uha
|   |   |   |-- WindowsGate.uha
|   |   |   |-- coolweb.uha
|   |   |   |-- sm.uha
|   |   |   `-- xp-AntiSpy.uha
|   |   |-- siw.exe
|   |   |-- snapshot.exe
|   |   `-- xp-AntiSpy.bat
|   |-- adds.uha
|   |-- atis.uha
|   |-- boot.gz
|   |-- chntpw.uha
|   |-- copyr.uha
|   |-- dcc.uha
|   |-- dosnav.uha
|   |-- fm.uha
|   |-- fw.uha
|   |-- ghstwalk.uha
|   |-- isolinux.bin
|   |-- isolinux.cfg
|   |-- keyboard.bat
|   |-- lost_fnd.uha
|   |-- memdisk
|   |-- memtest.gz
|   |-- menu.c32
|   |-- mix.uha
|   |-- nortUTIL.uha
|   |-- nssi.uha
|   |-- ntfs.uha
|   |-- pRESIZER.uha
|   |-- pcconfig.uha
|   |-- pmount.uha
|   |-- pqdi.uha
|   |-- pqpm.uha
|   |-- ts.uha
|   |-- uharc.exe
|   |-- uharcd.exe
|   |-- xp
|   |-- xp.bin
|   |-- xp.ca_
|   |-- xp.dat
|   `-- xploader.bin
|-- konboot-1.1.img
|-- memdisk
|-- memtest86+.bin
|-- menu.lst
|-- menu.lst.allworks
|-- ntpasswd.img
|-- ophcrack_root
|   |-- [BOOT]
|   |   `-- Bootable_NoEmulation.img
|   `-- boot
|       |-- bzImage
|       |-- gpxe
|       |-- grub
|       |   `-- example-menu.lst
|       |-- isolinux
|       |   |-- be.cfg
|       |   |-- be.kbd
|       |   |-- boot.cat
|       |   |-- br.cfg
|       |   |-- br.kbd
|       |   |-- ca.cfg
|       |   |-- ca.kbd
|       |   |-- common.cfg
|       |   |-- common.inc
|       |   |-- de.cfg
|       |   |-- de.kbd
|       |   |-- de_CH.cfg
|       |   |-- de_CH.kbd
|       |   |-- display.txt
|       |   |-- en.cfg
|       |   |-- en.kbd
|       |   |-- enhelp.txt
|       |   |-- enopts.txt
|       |   |-- es.cfg
|       |   |-- es.kbd
|       |   |-- fi.cfg
|       |   |-- fi.kbd
|       |   |-- fr.cfg
|       |   |-- fr.kbd
|       |   |-- fr_CH.cfg
|       |   |-- fr_CH.kbd
|       |   |-- help.txt
|       |   |-- hu.cfg
|       |   |-- hu.kbd
|       |   |-- ifmem.c32
|       |   |-- isolinux.bin
|       |   |-- isolinux.cfg
|       |   |-- isolinux.msg
|       |   |-- it.cfg
|       |   |-- it.kbd
|       |   |-- jp.cfg
|       |   |-- jp.kbd
|       |   |-- options.txt
|       |   |-- poweroff.com
|       |   |-- pt.cfg
|       |   |-- pt.kbd
|       |   |-- reboot.c32
|       |   |-- ru.cfg
|       |   |-- ru.kbd
|       |   |-- splash.lss
|       |   |-- us.cfg
|       |   `-- us.kbd
|       |-- ophcrack.cfg
|       |-- rootfs.gz
|       |-- splash.png
|       |-- syslinux
|       |   `-- syslinux.cfg
|       |-- vesamenu.c32
|       `-- vmlinuz-2.6.29.3-slitaz
|-- pmagic
|   |-- bzImage
|   |-- initramfs
|   `-- pmodules
|       |-- pmagic.sqfs
|       `-- scripts
|-- pmagic_root
|   |-- boot
|   |   `-- grub
|   |       |-- e2fs_stage1_5
|   |       |-- fat_stage1_5
|   |       |-- grldr
|   |       |-- grub4dos.lst
|   |       |-- menu.lst
|   |       |-- message.txt
|   |       |-- message2.txt
|   |       |-- message3.txt
|   |       |-- ntfs_stage1_5
|   |       |-- stage1
|   |       `-- stage2
|   `-- readme.txt
|-- sbm.img
|-- super_grub-root
|   |-- ldlinux.sys
|   |-- syslinux.cfg
|   |-- ubninit
|   |-- ubnkern
|   `-- vesamenu.c32
|-- super_grub_disk_floppy_0.9797.img
|-- tables
|   |-- vista_free
|   |   |-- md5sum.txt
|   |   |-- postdict
|   |   |-- table0.bin
|   |   |-- table0.index
|   |   |-- table0.start
|   |   |-- table1.bin
|   |   |-- table1.index
|   |   |-- table1.start
|   |   |-- table2.bin
|   |   |-- table2.index
|   |   |-- table2.start
|   |   |-- table3.bin
|   |   |-- table3.index
|   |   |-- table3.start
|   |   |-- vista_free.md5
|   |   |-- vista_free.sfv
|   |   `-- worddict
|   `-- xp_free_small
|       |-- md5sum.txt
|       |-- table0.bin
|       |-- table0.index
|       |-- table0.start
|       |-- table1.bin
|       |-- table1.index
|       |-- table1.start
|       |-- table2.bin
|       |-- table2.index
|       |-- table2.start
|       |-- table3.bin
|       |-- table3.index
|       `-- table3.start
`-- ubuntu904.iso

48 directories, 458 files

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I seen a video on youtube that creates an appropriate menu.lst based on a drag and drop interface. It seemed to work very well. I'm too fuk1n tired ironically because this lst crap has got my head blown open. I'm so tired I feel like I'm really really drunk.

I'll link the program tomorrow

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I haven't seen said GUI on youtube but I'd imagine it would exist. No, not the French program I talked about on 602 (603?). If it doesn't exist and it's something the community could put together that would be epic. Maybe with a little wget action to download said distro like unetbootin does.

Also gotta say you guys are doing a phenomenal job with this project.

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splash images can be created with jasc paint shop pro 9 in windows, only problem i had was finding a program to gzip it, but there are a few around that do the job nicely.

Err, or maybe it didnt work in jasc, i remember having to change something about how the xpm saves and i dont see it in jasc right now, but i did do it on windows. Let me see if i can figure out how.

Edit, yea it works fine in jasc paint shop pro 9..

:D

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splash images can be created with jasc paint shop pro 9 in windows, only problem i had was finding a program to gzip it, but there are a few around that do the job nicely.

7-Zip

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I haven't seen said GUI on youtube but I'd imagine it would exist. No, not the French program I talked about on 602 (603?). If it doesn't exist and it's something the community could put together that would be epic. Maybe with a little wget action to download said distro like unetbootin does.

Also gotta say you guys are doing a phenomenal job with this project.

I might try to throw a .NET application together to create a menu.lst and grub.cfg entry based upon a syslinux.cfg or isolinux.cfg file, or convert the entire thing to a submenu.

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I reorganized things to make it a bit easier to read and navigate.

Please don't change things around if you aren't sure it will still operate the same. Like the splashimage and default commands. They need to be before everything because Grub4DOS executes the file by the order it appears.

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Please don't change things around if you aren't sure it will still operate the same. Like the splashimage and default commands. They need to be before everything because Grub4DOS executes the file by the order it appears.

Sorry about that. Something needed to be done though; a list like this isn't of much use if the people who need it most can't discern entries because they're all muddled together.

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SOME BT4

title Start BackTrack FrameBuffer (1024×768)
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw quiet vga=0×317
initrd /bootbt4/initrd.gz

title Start BackTrack FrameBuffer (800×600)
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw quiet vga=0×314
initrd /bootbt4/initrd800.gz

title Start BackTrack Forensics (no swap)
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent rw vga=0×317
initrd /bootbt4/initrdfr.gz

title Start BackTrack in Safe Graphical Mode
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper xforcevesa rw quiet
initrd /bootbt4/initrd.gz

title Start Persistent Live CD
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper persistent rw quiet vga=0×317
initrd /bootbt4/initrd.gz

title Start BackTrack in Text Mode
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=casper boot=casper nopersistent textonly rw quiet
initrd /bootbt4/initrd.gz

title Start BackTrack Graphical Mode from RAM
kernel /bootbt4/vmlinuz BOOT=

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I tried Grub2, FAIL, grub4dos works great though i lost faith when i couldn't get the UbuntuISO to work, it's fine now.

--> i've got some questions though, i'd like to get the backtrack4 pre to work without using a "casper" folder. I think this problem has been run into by heaps of people, even the guys that run the show may have avoided using the "pre". I'm also wondering if i try to boot BT4 pre in it's ISO form then with forensics mode work as it should?

check it - menu.lst

splashimage /matrix_splash.xpm.gz

color green/black

timeout 120







title Ubuntu LiveCD 9.04

find --set-root /ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso

map /ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso (0xff)

map --hook

root (0xff)

kernel /casper/vmlinuz file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper iso-scan/filename=/ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso quiet splash --

initrd /casper/initrd.gz

boot





title Mythbuntu LiveCD 9.04

find --set-root /mythbuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso

map /mythbuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso (0xff)

map --hook

root (0xff)

kernel /casper/vmlinuz file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper iso-scan/filename=/mythbuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso quiet splash --

initrd /casper/initrd.gz

boot



title BT4 pre

configfile /bt4-pre_root/boot/grub/menu.lst



title GParted 0.4.5-2

root (hd0,0)

kernel /live/vmlinuz1 boot=live username=casper noswap vga=788 ip=frommedia

initrd=/live/initrd1.img

boot



title Boot the first hard disk

title                Boot the First Hard Disk

root                (hd0)

chainloader +1

BT4pre menu.lst: (same as haxwithaxe) - kthkx

/media/BOOTDISCS$ tree

.
|-- COPYING
|-- GParted-Live-Version
|-- boot.catalog
|-- bt4-pre_root
|   `-- boot
|       |-- bootsplash
|       |-- grub
|       |   |-- bt4.xpm.gz
|       |   |-- menu.lst
|       |   |-- menu.lst~
|       |   `-- stage2_eltorito
|       |-- initrd.gz
|       |-- initrd800.gz
|       |-- initrdfr.gz
|       |-- memtest86+.bin
|       `-- vmlinuz
|-- casper
|   |-- filesystem.manifest
|   |-- filesystem.manifest-desktop
|   `-- filesystem.squashfs
|-- grldr
|-- grldr.mbr
|-- isolinux
|   |-- Gsplash.png
|   |-- boot.cat
|   |-- chain.c32
|   |-- exithelp.cfg
|   |-- isolinux.bin
|   |-- isolinux.cfg
|   |-- live.cfg
|   |-- memdisk
|   |-- menu.c32
|   |-- menu.cfg
|   |-- prompt.cfg
|   |-- splash.png
|   |-- stdmenu.cfg
|   `-- vesamenu.c32
|-- live
|   |-- filesystem.squashfs
|   |-- initrd1.img
|   |-- memtest
|   |-- packages.txt
|   |-- parameters.txt
|   `-- vmlinuz1
|-- matrix_splash.xpm.gz
|-- md5sum.txt
|-- menu.lst
|-- menu.lst~
|-- mythbuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso
`-- ubuntu-9.04-desktop-i386.iso

more to come on my one. Thanks for everyone for paving the way thus far. I hope my addition in this forum to getting the ?buntus to work is helpful

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Hi All,

Im trying to get this working with DBAN,

I see everyone is useing the DBAN.img file. I tried to create this in a few ways including using a virtual floppy drive but with no luck.

Is there somewhere i can download this IMG file from?

Thanks

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