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Ok, I've done some thinking, all you have to do is cross post1. grub_mbr.h:There is a magic byte in the modified mbr (at 0x80)You must read that byte and determine if the 4th bit in that byte is 0 or 12. bin2h.c:Search for the mbr byte at 0x80 and put whatever you wantThanks for the help,VtolSivOdin
I have some ideas...You can use Grub-install's settings for modifying the MBR with a custom mbr. This means you have to modify your MBR with some option by hand. For example, you can use grub-install to install to a device in MBR style and then edit the MBR.You can use Grub-install's data for modifying the MBR with a custom mbr. This means you can save your settings as a file then modify the MBR with the custom settings. You can also read this file during the installation process and add it to the MBR when installing from the USB.
I've found (in grubinst.c) all the items of the main GUI window...The settings of the "Built In Programs" are in grub_mbr, hence there is a way to stop displaying them (if the excess code is deleted).The settings of the Parts List are int grub_mbr too, but there are no way to stop displaying them (I think).If I was successful, I would modify them in the IDE so the user will not see them, only the main grub-install window.When you click on the Refresh button the user will see only the buttons of the main window. When they click on one, the code to execute will read the devices from grub_mbr and the thread will stop as soon as the usb-disk is read. It's the same for the second button but for the floppy.
The two mx records in the HTTP response header are used to return the default web server's virtual host name while the hostname (in /etc/hosts) indicates the real IP address. Therefore, the response message to the HTTP request from 184.108.40.206 in this case would have been:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK Server: nginx/1.7.13 Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2016 13: