The syslinux.cfg is a normal text file that you make on the root
directory of the USB drive, so you can just use EDIT for that.

On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 7:28 PM, ramin <> wrote:
> Hi I saw that it was possible to run freedos from a usb. Since my mother
> board can boot a usb drive I decided to use my 2 gig memorex. Their was a
> tutorial on the wiki about installing on a usb which I tried but I couldn’t
> make a syslinux.cfg I typed prompt 1 on the command prompt and then just a
> single one shows up. Then I type  ontimeout q and I get ontimeout is not a
> recoqnized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch
> file. And this is where I am stuck.
> thanks
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