fanthom wrote:why i'm wasting my time where? EXPLAIN ME PLEASE
Because you are a stubborn, obstinate, hard headed tech (and that's what makes you a good dev) who is also a good guy who just happens to take pity on stupid members.
Thank you for linking to that older posting. When I 1st read your posting a month ago I thought it was beyond me, I had never remastered a Porteus ISO and from my reading thought it was only for kiosk systems. ( Do a Search on the board for "remaster" and see what shows up for you.)
As time passed I realized that I had created Windows PE ISOs in the past and I could probably use the same approach with Porteus. Than I thought better of that approach. I had the tools to extract modules from the ISO so I tried doing that, but the kernal concept was becoming solely the 000-kernel.xzm module in my mind. When you chided my failed attempts using just the module I looked closer at my booting parms and realized that they used the word "kernel" also and thought that was what you were referring to. The items in the linked post were totally forgotten at this point.
So thank you for linking to that older posting and refreshing my memory.
And yes I did read webpages about recreating an ISO:
and http://www.porteus.org/component/conten ... tcode.html
which is why I copied the 3.0.1 boot folder to my hdd and changed both my boot parms for vmlinuz and initrd.xz.
and was considering creating a script to do it for me.
Then I happened upon ISO Master in RazorQt. A much easier way to modify the ISO the way you want. You should have suggested it.
Anyways I will try to recreate the ISO with just the files you requested and will let you know how I make out.