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Trinity Rescue Kit, vollabel


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I can't seem to get the vollabel="vollabel" to work. I still have to input sdb3 in my case manually.

My menu.lst/submenu.lst looks like this:

title -=Trinity Rescue Kit=-

configfile /boot/boottrk/trkmenu.lst


title -=TRK 3.3 Default=-

kernel /boot/boottrk/kernel.trk ramdisk_size=49152 root=/dev/ram0 vollabel=TRK_3-3 vga=788 splash=verbose pci=conf1 keyb_no

initrd /boot/boottrk/initrd.trk

And I got the trk3 folder on an own partition with the label TRK_3-3

Anyone knows what I've done wrong?

Thanks in advance =)

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I actually have it on SDB4. An own partition, with the label TRK_3-3, and at the root of that partition, ofcourse.

But isn't there a way to extract the initrd.trk, to edit a script the same way that's doable with BT4? Been searching around, but haven't found anything yet..

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Is noone able to help me? "/

The "Your trk folder is not on root" is not really my problem, cause when I write "sdb4" after it fails searching for it, it starts up with no problem. The problem I got is that the "vollabel=" is not working. Even when I got the trk folder on root of sdb1, I still need to specify the location manually. I've tried different labels, to see if it has problems reading the underscores, etc, but that's not the case either. It's not really THAT much of a problem, but kinda bugs me =P

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