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Re: [K12OSN] Pros and Cons of diskless



mkisofs -r -J -hide-rr-moved -hide-joliet-trans-tbl -o home.iso ~/
cdrecord -v home.iso

Some thing like that might work, i know that mkisofs syntax works with
pretty much every system (haven't ran into a system that couldn't read
the CD's made with it)

Kilian Stumpe
www.krs.ca
On Wed, 2002-06-19 at 12:19, Jay Kline wrote:
> On Wednesday 19 June 2002 1:11 pm, Petre Scheie wrote:
> > Now, as I've said, I've not tried this in an LTSP environment, but if a
> > floppy in the terminal can be made usable, I'd think a CD-RW could too,
> > even though it's on a different bus.
> 
> I would think the problem with this is not the hardware, but the software. 
> Zip/floppy disks are easy to mount, write, unmount without anything too hard.  
> But what about CD-RW? Maybe a script that write the entire contents of the 
> home dir to a CD automaticly? Unless someone has some new file system module, 
> it will never be quite as easy because it wont be the native filesystem.  
> 
> Jay
> 
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