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Boot from usbdisk
- Download file moolux-5.4.zip
- uncompress moolux.5.4.zip to USB Disk
- cd to /boot directory in USB disk
- execute install script
They type of filesystem you put on the SSD determines which install script you use.
bootinst.sh is for FAT partition (click bootinst.bat for windows)
bootlilo.sh is for Linux partition
- set your bios to boot from USB disk
- reboot
Boot with windows XP- Navigate to your USB disk to boot/grub
- copy grldr and menu.lst to -example- C:\
- change boot.ini and add this line
” c:\grldr=”Start Linux″
- set menu.lst
- example
timeout 4
default 0
title MooLux
root (hd0,1)
kernel /MooLux/boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/ram0 rw ramdisk_size=7777 changes=/MooLux/save/mooluxsave vga=791 autoexec=xconf;kdm
initrd /MooLux/boot/initrd.gz
boot
title MooLux-Fresh
root (hd0,1)
kernel /MooLux/boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/ram0 rw ramdisk_size=7777 vga=791 autoexec=xconf;kdm
initrd /MooLux/boot/initrd.gz
boot
- copy direcktory MooLux to C:\
- copy boot to Moolux directory
- reboot


Create moolux save
how to make a 1Gb mooluxsave.
This makes a file filled with zero’s called “mooluxsave” in
/mnt/sdb1/MooLux/save
dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/sdb1/MooLux/save/mooluxsave bs=1k count=1000000
Now we put a filesystem on it with
mkfs.xfs /mnt/sdb1/MooLux/save/mooluxsave
That’s all there is to it! A note regarding mkfs.xfs might be useful. This command has lots of possible arguements to tailor the filesystem but I find the default works best – i.e. without any arguements. Now just add the “changes=” line and everything should work!




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