Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:
On 9/23/06, Jasper Hartline <jasperhartline(a)adelphia.net>
> > If isolinux is by default, won't it boot ?
> Yes, we don't want to force users to use Isolinux however.. in the
> exact case you describe
> with not reading the manual page and Kadischi failing when no bootloader
> is set.
This is what I disapprove, since kadischi fails on default
installation. And it fails nearly in the end, which is wrong to my
eyes (at least there must be a test much early).
Good point. I'll go ahead and check the kadischi.conf for the presence
of a valid bootloader
right after checking UID. This is where we should be doing critical
We are not forcing the users if isolinux is set by default, they
have the choice though (if they read the manual)!
We'll go ahead an bail if no
bootloader is set early on, just after
Is that good?