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    RIS OS Choice

    For some reason known only to my RIS server, on booting into RIS from the clients I no longer have a choice of which image to install instead it will install the default blank XP image, this has only started happening this afternoon. The default config hasn't changed. I have tried placing oschoice.osc into the root of OSchooser. Have had this problem before on a different server but can't remember what I did to resolve it.

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    Re: RIS OS Choice

    According to Dos_box (although this didn't solve my particular problem at the time), you need to change the HAL line in the ris script. It will have either one or two letter 'A's in the middle - swap it to whichever it doesn't have (if this makes sense).

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    Re: RIS OS Choice

    Cheers Ric did the trick and thanx Chris for telling Ric!

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