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CREATE LINUX BOOTABLE DVD FROM LINUX CD ROM'S

By rajeev_rsd ·
I HAVE THREE LINUX CD'S WHICH ARE BASED ON FEDORA CORE3 & 4, NOW I WANT TO CREATE A LINUX BOOTABLE DVD TO INSTALL THEM INSTEAD OF CHANGING THEM ONE BY ONE.

PLEASE HELP

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RAJEEV
RAJEEV_RSD@REDIFFMAIL.COM

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by Jaqui In reply to CREATE LINUX BOOTABLE DVD ...

make a folder to copy the contents off the cdroms into.

copy everything with a: select all-copy-paste
use rawwrite-win to make a bootable floppy from the cdrom.img file in the folder.

create the dvd for burning.
( picking the entire contents of the folder and putting to the dvd compilation root. )

make sure you select bootable dvd
put boot floppy into drive for boot image for the dvd

click on burn.

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by Jaqui In reply to

you will be prompted for the cdrom change, but only have to close dvd drive and hit enter.

if you have red hat's fedora installed, you can use the mkisofs tool to create a dvd iso file where it has not gotten the cdrom file lists it makes a new list.

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i want to create linux dvd bootable disk from cd

by dinesh200z In reply to

i want to create linux dvd bootable disk from cd

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