[sclug] ubuntu runlevels from grub

Dickon Hood sclug at splurge.fluff.org
Fri Feb 1 20:57:31 UTC 2008

On Fri, Feb 01, 2008 at 20:53:35 +0000, Tom Carbert-Allen wrote:
: It's not pretty but then again running MS OS never is.

This is true.

: Basicly it's a recovery partition system for the Windows XP part of a 
: dual boot machine

: You can boot from grub:

: WinXP
: Linux
: Linux minimal non-interactive which just dd's a backup over winxp partition
: Linux minimal non-interactive which dd's winxp partition to backup 
: incase we want to update it

: I have also set grub to alternate boot the first two so pleb XP users 
: get a fresh machine every boot up, the second two are password protected 
: for my usage.

I see.

: Think of it as non-persistant disks type affair which you get in vm 
: solutions


: Make sense? or can you think of a better way of preventing accumilation 
: XP crap?

I'm going to have a wild stab in the dark on this one, but have you
considered one of those non-persistant disk type affairs which you get in
VM solutions?

Dickon Hood

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