However, I dont want it to act like a live install, I want it to change the USB drive directly, either under windows, or booted of the drive. So I can keep files/settings and such, without any hasle.
I did get DSL installed onto a USB drive. However I cannot figure out how to make it act like an HDD install.
I am trying to find a way to use the "Intall to HDD" tool in DSL inside windows, to install it onto my USB drive.
But I cannot figure out how to mount it.
I wont be able to intsall it by booting dsl, because I can't boot from DSL, it freezes at the boot line "hde: attached ide-disk driver"
I learned that DSL does not support SATA HDD's, or it does not support more than 2 IDE controllers (I have 3 being used) which I just recenlty insalled.
If it came down to it, where the only way would to be booting into DSL, then I'll just disconnect the SATA drive.
But, again, any distro will do. I have no preference one way or the other. If you know of a better one that can accomplish this, please tell.
I also forgot to mention, I tried Slax, but that also wont boot. It says "could not find kernel image linux"
Edited by The Trip, 19 June 2006 - 08:31 PM.