OmniBoot v1.5

A. Partition of your drive (USB or HDD) is activated and formated FAT16/32 or NTFS


Label is OMNIBOOT
user is root
1. Copy CD/DVD-root to drive-root to the root of your target drive
or alternatively with the om-script (which will search for a partition with the case sensitive label "OMNIBOOT" and ask for confirmation if the right drive was found): /boot/make/omniboot> sudo bash ./om r 2. Open a command prompt and cd to 'boot/make/bin' folder on OmniBoot.
There you execute, replacing X with the device node of your media:
/boot/make/bin> ./syslinux -i -d /boot/syslinux /dev/sdX1 3. From the same folder run the following two commands,
replacing X with the device node of your usb drive:
dd conv=notrunc bs=440 count=1 if=mbr.bin of=/dev/sdX parted /dev/sdX set 1 boot on On some distros you may need to copy this bin-folder to another filesystem, since on FAT or NTFS scripts or programs may be prohibited from being executable.
or Step 2 alternatively with the om-script: /boot/make/omniboot> sudo bash ./om b Everything here can also be done at once with the om-script /boot/make/omniboot> sudo bash ./om f

B. Partition of your drive (USB or HDD) is activated and formated ext2/3/4


Label is OMNIBOOT
1. Copy CD/DVD-root to drive-root as you are used to
or alternatively with the om-script, see above!
2. Execute from drive-root:
./boot/make/bin/extlinux --install ./boot/extlinux or Step 2 alternatively with the om-script: /boot/make/omniboot> sudo bash ./om b Everything here can also be done at once with the om-script, see above!

C. Isohybrid-Method, since OmniBoot-isos are isohybrids


Beware that this leaves the drive with a read-only filesystem with no writable empty space left!
dd if="OmniBoot v0.5 dvd.iso" of=/dev/sdX