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Boot from Zip (ide/USB), USB Key

This will work provided your bios is able to boot the media. Usually there's no problems for IDE Zip, but only recent bioses will boot on USB devices.

Under linux :
  let's assume you USB Key for example appears as /dev/sda1 :
  syslinux /dev/sda1

Under Windows :
  let's assume your USB key appears at E:
  syslinux E:
That's it! This will have created a file called 
ldlinux.sys on the key, do not erase it.
Then copy files :
    vmlinuz.womp as linux
    init.womp.gz as init.gz

William Daniau