Will Sheldon wrote:
> I guess you are refering to textmode driver support, the driverpacks
> program actualy slipstreams textmode drivers into drivers.cab, (not
> $oem$) so the effect is similar to nlite, but it covers many, many
> more drivers. Nlite was originally designed to remove items from a
> windows installation, not add them, although you *can* do that now,
> and the 7z packs available for ryanvm's are comaptible with nlite. I
> still prefer driverpacks for adding drivers though, as it deals with
> the max pathdepth issue of $oem$ by replacing setup.ex_ with a custom
> version that unzips the OEM folder to the hard disk during install
> (for non-textmode drivers).
I'm a little bit confused and not sure if we are talking about the same
So one question: do you have a Linux based unattended boot disk that
works with modern PCs (SATA controllers etc.)? If yes, may I get an ISO
image of this CD?