[LAU] AVLinux in KVM?

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Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 - 4:35 am

I was going to play around with some studio stuff, don't have a system set up for that any more, so figured I'd try running a linux audio distro in a VM.

UbuntuStudio runs fine.

But the latest release of AVLinux refuses to boot, it says:

> No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!

Googling around shows that I need to rename isolinux to syslinux in order to fix this. However, the file system for the image is ISOFS, and there does not appear to be a way to mount it read-write in order to change it.

Is there any other trick/workaround for this?


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