I don't follow you...:wtf: What does explore2fs have to do with using an iReboot-like program from Linux to reboot into another OS (e.g. XP), if Grub's installed to the MBR?
Explore2fs is used on the Windows side with a driver to allow read/write access to a linux partition like I was talking about, which could allow for modification as necessary from Windows to the menu.lst file in order for the custom iReboot to work correctly. The linux side would be relatively simple like said before where it would have native access, and wouldn't need to mess with the Windows registry in any way.
As you know with iReboot, it must be installed in all of the OSes to be useful. With this custom iReboot for linux, one would be needed for the Windows side as well to "complete" it.
Ok, but as long as you use the program from Linux, then that wouldn't be a problem, right? And that is what I was talking about anyway when I first bumped this old thread.
Sure this is a human, and not a spam-bot, Terry?Since the forum account is no longer linked to the blog, I think my idea might work.
Know how you can comment or "reply" to other users comments. I was wondering if there was a way for me to get a notification if someone replies to my comment/s.
Let me know what you guys think about it. Think it will be useful?