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I have one question about UlaunchELF
I have one question about UlaunchELF –
I'm not using this method and never try it since v3.41,the question is little stupid but where the settings are saved if I use CD boot type for UlaunchELF becouse I start it with dev. modes and I dont know
A good place to check is mc0:/SYS-CONF/
Like 'Bootlegninja' said, "mc0:/SYS-CONF/" is the default location to be used if no "LAUNCHELF.CNF" file is present in the same folder as the program when it starts. If you do start uLaunchELF with a CNF in the same folder as the program, then that is also where future saves will be made, normally.
Originally Posted by vsub
There is an exception for HDD, however, since PS2 HDD paths are split over two different devices (HDD and PFS), so for most cases of HDD launching, it is still the default path "mc0:/SYS-CONF/" that will be used. Another exception is when the path used is invalid for saving, like for a CD. An attempt to save CNF will then cause an automatic switch to the default path instead.
It is also possible to redirect post-boot CNF saving (and reloading) to use a different path from the one used at boot-up, but still specific to that CNF. You can do that either by using the submenu entry 'Configure'/'Startup Settings.../'CNF Path override:', or by manually text-editing the corresponding path entry in the CNF file, which is the "CNF_Path" variable that normally has an empty value. Replacing that value with a valid path will cause that path to be used for all CNF handling after the initial CNF loading at start-up.
You can also use various sub-program commands in the "MISC/" pseudo-device to directly manipulate CNF handling and its path setting, as follows:
"MISC/Load CNF--" In multi-CNF setup, switch to 'previous' CNF (like pad-Left)
"MISC/Load CNF++" In multi-CNF setup, switch to 'next' CNF (like pad-Right)
"MISC/Set CNF_Path" Browse to set new CNF path, for the current session
"MISC/Load CNF" Immediately reload CNF file using the current settings
All four of those commands will return you to the main uLE menu after performing the selected operation, though in cases of switched CNFs, that menu may of course appear quite different from the one in which you gave the command. That's up to you and your use of the customization abilities of uLE.
Best regards: dlanor