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Can someone tell me where the 'syslinux.cfg' file is located in Lubuntu 12.04?

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Ah, well how do i make a Persistence USB stick then? The instructions tell me that i need to edit the syslinux.cfg file, so if it's not there i don't understand how i can do it? – UbuntuRob Nov 26 '12 at 20:42
Please ask that as a new question, the way this site works is one post per question, thanks! – Jorge Castro Nov 26 '12 at 23:14

There is no syslinux.cfg file - Ubuntu and its deriratives use GRUB as a bootloader, not syslinux. Syslinux is only used with ubuntu on installation media

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There's a syslinux.cfg file located in /cdrom/syslinux/. But I'm think you are looking for remove Try ubuntu without changes screen and choose another language by default. This content is present in the txt.cfg file on the same folder.

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