Section: User Commands (1)
syslinux2ansi - converts a syslinux-format screen to pc-ansi
< filename.input > filename.output
is a filter which converts a screen formatted for syslinux to one
compatible with PC ANSI. It will only read from standard in, and has
no command line options.
Help and version command line options would be useful.
The ability to put input and output filenames on the command line might
be good as well.
I would appreciate hearing of any problems you have with SYSLINUX. I
would also like to hear from you if you have successfully used SYSLINUX,
especially if you are using it for a distribution.
If you are reporting problems, please include all possible information
about your system and your BIOS; the vast majority of all problems
reported turn out to be BIOD or hardware bugs, and I need as much
information as possible in order to diagnose the problems.
There is a mailing list for discussion among SYSLINUX users and for
announcements of new and test versions. To join, send a message to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the line:
in the body of the message. The submission address is
This manual page is a quick write-up for Debian done by Kevin Kreamer
>, by looking over the 1 screenful of Perl that is