kernel=c:\colinux\vmlinux initrd=c:\colinux\initrd.gz kernel=c:\colinux\vmlinux root=/dev/cobd/0 cobd0=\Device\HardDisk0\Partition1

Syntax using  when using commandline parameters. Just adapt it for yr XML. It starts colinux using first partition of first hard disk as root partition. As for the kernel Aand the initrd, you have to specify the ones shipped with colinux (or recompile a new one with colinux patches, a feat which I'd like to have some feedback on), obviously using paths relative to yr windows install.
If I'm not horribly mistaken, Disk numbering starts at 0, partition numbering starts at 1 (it is windows naming schema).


On 9/19/06, Kristopher Yates <> wrote:

I would like to run this software but can't figure out how to config the XML
properly.  Can anyone help?  Here is my configuration:

I use Suse 10.1 w/ grub.  This is on my primary master drive.  WinXP is on
my primary slave drive.

/dev/hda1 = swap

/dev/hda2 = root

/boot/vmlinuz is my kernel location.

Normally, I boot up to the grub boot-loader screen.  I can select linux or
XP.  Each OS is on its own seperate physical hard drive.

Thank you,


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