Create a SuSE ISO image
Date: 27 May 2004 06:49:50 -0700
I have a set of installation CDs for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8.
I need to distribute copies to other people at my company, and would
like to do this by making iso images available over the network.
However, I've run into problems while trying to create a bootable
image of the first CD.
I can make a bootable image by using mkisofs and the El Torito
standard, specifying the boot/bootdisk file on the CD as the bootable
image. But when I try to boot off a CD created from this image it
boots much more slowly than the original CD, and stops after a little
while to prompt me for the modules1 disk. The original CD seems to
know how to find the images of the modules disks (or the equivalent
data) without prompting.
Is there a simple way to make an iso image that will be an exact copy
of an existing CD, boot information and all?
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