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SLAX 9.11.0


One way or another, you will need to get the custom script gen-slax-custom.sh onto the guest OS. I'll assume you have the script located in your home folder on another machine that has SSH enabled (where the IP address is 10.1.2.2).




SLAX 9.11.0



Per the title, I want to install Slax (version 9.11.0) to a .img file for use with qemu, as a virtual machine. I've tried a bunch of things over four hours, and I've been unable to do this.


Slax Linux (slax-64bit-9.11.0.iso):Utilizando o comando free no terminal o consumo de memória RAM foi de cerca de 134 MB ou utilizando o gerenciador de tarefas o consumo de memória RAM foi de cerca 155 MB.


Slax Linux (slax-32bit-9.11.0.iso)Utilizando o comando free no terminal o consumo de memória RAM foi de cerca de 97912 KB (97,91 MB) ou utilizando o gerenciador de tarefas o consumo de memória RAM foi de cerca 109 MB.


Slax Linux (slax-32bit-9.11.0.iso)Using the free command on the terminal the RAM memory consumption was about 97912 KB (97.91 MB) or using the task manager the RAM memory consumption was about 109 MB.


Navigate to the /slax/boot/ directory on the intended installation drive. If you are using a Windows computer, double-click on the bootinst.bat file. If you are using a computer running Linux, double click on the bootinst.sh file.


E. Allow the flash drive to load the module on boot (even if running in RAM or starting fresh). Note: This command will not work if you already running slax via RAM. In that case you will need to copy the module manually to the USB folder /slax/modules/ from another OS:


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