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digitalrelay

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  1. Automatically create multi-boot folders and files

    Hi guys.. I'm loving this batch file... If I could only figure out what this error means... Creating multi-boot folders and files, it will take some time... sed: -e expression #1, char 65: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 65: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 65: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 65: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 65: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 61: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. sed: -e expression #1, char 60: Unterminated `s' command The process tried to write to a nonexistent pipe. If you don't see any error message above then everything should be ok, but please check. Press any key to continue . . . Can anyone help? here's the create_boot_folders.cmd source @echo off rem Change the following lines having this in mind: rem call create_boot_folder.cmd setup_dir aio_dir boot_dir1 boot_dir2 flag_for_using_cracked_setupldr rem rem setup_dir: where the setup files are rem aio_dir: where your aio folder is rem boot_dir1: must be 4-characters long rem boot_dir2: must be 5-characters long, needed only for 64bit versions of windows rem (if boot_dir2 isn't needed (for 32bit versions) write anything e.g. FOO since it will be ignored) rem flag_for_using_cracked_setupldr=1 for 64bit versions and Windows Server 2003 with SP1 rem When you have changed this file save it and run it. echo Creating multi-boot folders and files, it will take some time... call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\W2K3_EN\DTC\ D:\AIO_DVD iDTC FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\W2K3_EN\ENT\ D:\AIO_DVD iENT FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\W2K3_EN\SBS\ D:\AIO_DVD iSBS FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\W2K3_EN\STD\ D:\AIO_DVD iSTD FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\W2K3_EN\WEB\ D:\AIO_DVD iWEB FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\XPPro_EN\ D:\AIO_DVD iXPP FOO 0 call create_boot_folder.cmd D:\AIO_DVD\Setup\XPME_EN\ D:\AIO_DVD iXPM FOO 0 echo If you don't see any error message above then everything should be ok, but please check. pause ^^ Also I'm using sp2 in 2k3 and I'm not sure if I need to use the setupldr.bin patch. Has it been tested yet? Thanks
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