Just a suggestion re: the grub problem.
Why not use lilo? its easier to configure (script wise) and there is
probably an installer for it (there is a debian-installer for it)
If all else fails you could take the BASH script used in slackware for
configuring lilo (bash + dialog/whiptail)
But that is only if you get stuck.
If you need any help with this let me know.
>> Here's a link...! http://www.ifso.ie/cgi-bin/wiki.cgi/McWeeney/SU-OpenCD3>> Appreciate all the feedback and sympathise entirely with all woes relating
> XP... what a pig of an interface and that's before you get to patents and
> practices, but I'm coming back of this tangent now!
>> The biggest headache as I see it is the lack of an installer for TOCD3.
> briefly so you know... "The OpenCD 3" is more-or-less Gnoppix which IS now
> Hedgehog. Still with this? Good! Now, the Gnoppix website includes a
> 'Morphix installer' which should work, and appears to, but it makes a
> dinner of doing Grub and I'm trying to get to the bottom of it.
>> Any technical help trying stuff on this would be really helpful because
> ploughing time into it (almost) at the expense of personal hygiene :-O
> I'm considering an experiment where I use UnionFS to superimpose (or
> the Beatrix (which is ALSO Hoary, only totally stripped down) onto the
>> Padraig's idea about burning on the fly, on the spot is a runner, but it
> be nice to have buffer supplies as well. What I'm focused on is what
> supplies are of.
>> First one to fix the problem on the link at the top, gets a free ice cream
> SFD =:-?
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