No offence at all was meant, in any way: I'm aware of diddy's Guide, and I think he (and you, BTW) deserve much respect and gratitude (and even some awe) for having created such a great documentation (and, in your case, also for the considerable online support you've been providing people regarding, but not restricted to, GRUB4DOS, since way back when). But GRUB4DOS is a fast-paced in-progress project, so that keeping any documentation up-to-date is almost impossible per se, but it's even more here, because the developers of GRUB4DOS document (when they do) their additions/changes in Chinese only.
I know, I was kidding about the "offence"
JFYI, a number of features/commands are not even documented in Chinese
, some of the latest development is *somehow* (actually "sparsely") documented by either extorting
info from the current maintainer Chenall
or from the (unfortunately rare) occasions when previous maintainer Tinybit
intervenes on English forums.BUT Steve6375
has done some excellent work in documenting new features, often by downright examine the source code AND providing examples, though - as said - and till today - the diddy
's guide and the README_GRUB4DOS.txt + a couple pages on RMPREPUSB (Steve's) site cover ENTIRELY the "basic" usage (such as the one needed here by the OP) and up to a very noticeable extent "advanced" use.
No real need to whine about the lack of documentation.
IMO, multibooting itself is both one of the most infuriating *and* one of the most rewarding experiences one can have in the realm of "advanced" computing.
Sure, but it is not - let us be frank at least among us
- "rocket science" nor "brain surgery".
What I was trying to point out was that long before grub4dos development was even started, *somehow* with much less powerful tools, no more than the "standard" MS NTLDR, and bootpart:http://www.winimage.com/bootpart.htm
and - say - partita:http://www.pedrofrei...om/crea1_en.htm
(and also with much less knowledge about the booting mechanisms and OS behaviour) we managed to double, triple (and more) boot DOS, Windows 9x and Windows NT (and later 2K and XP) alright
(obviously with some added limitations/inconveniences, but nothing too much serious).
I mean, Why, in my day .....http://reboot.pro/to...-why-in-my-day/
.... and we LIKED it!