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Re: problem with mkisof



On Wed, 26 Mar 2003, Pierre Etzel wrote:

> hi all
> i use cdrecords
> 
> i am trying to make a bootable cd but i don't find the mkisofs option to 
> make it could someone help me (my cd is allrigth but he doesn't boot) 
> here is my command :
> # mkisofs -r -J -T -v -V "Redhat 7.2 LOS" -c boot.cat -b images/boot.img 

That looks okay to me....

A few hours ago, I wanted to put my system inder memory-deprivation
stress, si I picked a large file (an ISO image) and vimmed it.

Much to my surprise, there in the ISO was approximately the mkisofs
command used to create it.

Here's what's in the front of my Valhalla CD:
mkisofs 1.14 -A Red Hat Linux/i386 7.3 -V Red Hat Linux/i386 7.3 -J -R -v -T -x ./lost+found -o /mnt/scratch/Valhalla-re0419.5/Valhalla-re0419.5-i386-disc1.iso -b dosutils/autoboot/cdboot.img -c boot.cat .



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