This is the command extlinux that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
extlinux - install the SYSLINUX bootloader on a ext2/ext3/ext4/btrfs filesystem
extlinux [options] directory
EXTLINUX is a new syslinux derivative, which boots from a Linux ext2/ext3/ext4 or btrfs
filesystem. It works the same way as SYSLINUX, with a few slight modifications. It is
intended to simplify first-time installation of Linux, and for creation of rescue and
other special-purpose boot disks.
The installer is designed to be run on a mounted directory. For example, if you have an
ext2, ext3, ext4, or btrfs usb key mounted on /mnt, you can run the following command:
extlinux --install /mnt
Force the number of heads.
Install over the current bootsector.
Clear the boot-once command.
Execute a command once upon boot.
Set the label to select as default on the next boot
Fall back to the next device on boot failure.
Reset auxiliary data.
Force the number of sectors per track.
Updates a previous EXTLINUX installation.
Force zipdrive geometry (-H 64 -S 32).
Override the automatic detection of device names. This option is intended for
special environments only and should not be used by normal users. Misuse of this
option can cause disk corruption and lost data.
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