Solution: How to install Zeroshell in Hard drive [WinXP]

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  • #40719

    ngwasuma
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    After suffering so much in trying the above, I have finaly found an easy way to do just that and thought I would share this with others.

    The following procedure will help you install Zeroshell in your Harddisk:

    http://www.computing-tips.net/Solution_Howto_install_Zeroshell_Hard_drive_WinXP

    #45703

    webwarrior
    Member

    Well done, mate.

    fulvio can maybe add this to the documentations list, for XP users.

    Thanks.

    #45704

    saadakhtar
    Member

    the howto is very good. although i have not tried it (since i got my howto to work for me everytime). May be if we make a nice graphical PDF, it would actually look more professional.

    #45705

    webwarrior
    Member

    Hi,

    I am right onto it with the Windows version.

    You do the Linux version, saadakhtar

    #45706

    Clifford
    Member

    Hi!

    This thing works a breeze, however the the boot partition mounts as read only, and i can’t overwrite the blacklist file in /usr/local/etc/havp/templates/en/blacklist.html

    i tried changing the /etc/fstab entry to load the filesystem as rw, it wont work and the next boot the filesystem mounts as readonly again, can somebody help me here, Pleeeease!!

    Regards

    Clifford

    #45707

    webwarrior
    Member

    Hi,

    It loads everything from a certain place, and then copies it to a read only location for security purposes.

    You have to find the original location of the files. I have not been on it for a while, and would have to look up where that location was. I was working on an auto login function. Maybe search by that, or search for all my comments, if that is possible.

    Shuan O’Reilly

    #45708

    ngwasuma
    Member

    Hope all ya r ok. Been away for sometime.

    #45709

    vadimka
    Member

    Another solution is to just use Win Image, from here:
    http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/CD-DVD-Images-Utils/WinImage.shtml
    Just extract the image and burn to hard disk.

    #45710

    thafener
    Member

    Sorry this does not work for me using physdiskwrite using a simple 80 GB Samsung SATA HDD
    Is there a problem with SATA HDD’s in general as many here seem to have similar problems ?

    #45711

    ngwasuma
    Member

    1. Did you use a -u switch?
    2. There is also a new version of Physdiskwrite – good for sata HDDs – http://m0n0.ch/wall/physdiskwrite.php
    3. If you are writting from Windows 7, there considerations to make:
    > Make sure you run under admin account not just admin rights
    > Make sure all partitions are removed before running Physdiskwrite

    #45712

    xtacy
    Member

    another free cmd-line tool 2 write images under windows is flashnul

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