|1 - Download files||2 - Project select||3 - Wich source to use?|
|The first step is downloading the selected files and projects to get them on your disk. All needed files are automatically selected and you only need to press the "Download Selected" button||All available projects are displayed on the main window, by default the first project is selected when the program starts. On each project you find detailed instructions on how it should be used.||Each
project needs a source from where to copy the needed files. After
a project you can go to the "Paths" tab and choose a directory for the
"Source directory" box.
Warning: read with atention the instructions on the project to understand wich sources you can use - please read this note
|4 - Changing settings||5 - Running a Project||6 - Testing the result|
|Inside each project you find scripts that control the settings for your boot disk. Take your time to see what each script does and what can be changed to suit your taste.||If you already selected a project, checked if the scripts have the settings you like and that you selected a source that is compatible with your project. Now it's time to create it! Press the "Play" button to start..||By default, all projects will create an ISO image that can be used to burn on a CD or copy to a USB drive. For testing the results, an emulator is included and will simulate a computer booting from your ISO image. This way you can quickly view if everything is the way you expect. On the tools folder you'll find the needed tools to burn this image to a CD or make a bootable USB pendisk.|