Guest Mode (v1.78+)
You can set a different wallpaper or just use the same background as the Main Menu.
You can add .mnu files to run payload files that are present in any other folder (e.g. \_ISO\MAINMENU or \_ISO\LINUX\MNU).
To set up Guest Mode
How to make a Guest Sub-Menu
The Guest menu can contain one or more sub-menus.
To make each Guest sub-menu:
1. Double-click on the \_ISO\docs\E2B Utilities\E2B SUBMENU Maker.cmd file
2. Input the name of the new menu folder you want to create (e.g. GUEST2)
Note: The folder name must not contain any spaces or non-standard characters! e.g. Don't use GUEST 2 or GUEST (2).
3. Enter the menu Heading and Title and Help text
4. The new .mnu file will be saved in the MAINMENU folder (e.g. \_ISO\MAINMENU\ZZSubMenu$GUEST2.mnu) and the \_ISO\GUEST2 folder will be created.
5. Now copy the new ZZSubMenu$GUEST2.mnu file to the \_ISO\GUEST folder (not the \_ISO\GUEST2 folder)
6. Finally, add a payload file or .mnu file into the empty \_ISO\GUEST2 folder, so that the GUEST2 menu will be visible in the GUEST menu.
7. You can leave the ZZSubMenu$GUEST2.mnu file in the MAINMENU folder if you want to access it from the Main menu, or delete it if you don't want a sub-menu entry.
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