Thanks for making a very good tool, and especially for your continuing work in updating and improving it.
However, sometime between about October and the end of last year the --add boot command for isomorph started to fail. I have been following your progress in tracking the changes in the Linux kernel, because I needed a kernel that would both utilise SATA drives and allow read/write access to NTFS disks. The recent autobuilds around the 2.6.23 kernel do these jobs well.
Very good, but I also need to amend the boot parameters, basically to cope automatically with en-GB keyboards and associated changes. The bundle of morphix tools available until October/November (about when experiments with 2.6.21 kernels started) did this well. Today though the isomorph command fails with an error, "sed -e expression#1, char 58: Unknown option to 's'". I suspect that this is a transcription typo when updating the scripts, because the isomorph --del boot command continues to work without any error.
Over to you, and thanks again.
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