Boot Loader for Linux

SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which operates
off an MS-DOS or Windows FAT file system. It is intended to simplify
first-time installation of Linux and for creation of rescue and other
special purpose boot disks.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
README.gfxboot 0000000541 541 Bytes over 9 years
isolinux-config 0000001398 1.37 KB over 8 years
syslinux-4.04-cwd.diff 0000001377 1.34 KB over 8 years
syslinux-4.04-gcc47.diff 0000000617 617 Bytes over 7 years
syslinux-4.04-iso9660.diff 0000001097 1.07 KB over 8 years
syslinux-4.04-isohybrid-hex-option-parsing.diff 0000001980 1.93 KB about 8 years
syslinux-4.04-libext2fs.diff 0000000353 353 Bytes about 7 years
syslinux-4.04-mboot_bootif.diff 0000001259 1.23 KB over 8 years
syslinux-4.04-md5pass.diff 0000000324 324 Bytes about 8 years
syslinux-4.04-noinitrd.diff 0000000574 574 Bytes over 8 years
syslinux-4.04.tar.bz2 0005340791 5.09 MB over 8 years
syslinux.changes 0000038509 37.6 KB about 7 years
syslinux.spec 0000002806 2.74 KB about 7 years
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