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Re: RHEL 4 DVD ?



This is just a guess, as I have never tried making a DVD...

Couldn't you simply copy the iso's to disk, and create a new directory
under say disk 4, then proceed with the steps you listed? Using your local
copy's rather than the mounted images of course.

-Dan


On Sat, October 1, 2005 12:18 am, Alexander Rau said:
> Hey:
>
> I followed the guide below on the nahant-list to
> create an installation DVD.
>
> Just wondering if anybody had any idea how I could add
> a folder with custom RPM to be installed in the %post
> section....
>
> Thanks
>
> AR
>
> ==================
> mount -o ro,loop RHEL4-i386-WS-disc1.iso /mnt/tmp1  #
> etc. for discs 2,3,4
>
>
> cp -a /mnt/tmp1/isolinux /mnt/tmp1/.discinfo .
>
> chmod +w isolinux/isolinux.bin
>
> {Edit ./.discinfo file to list four CDs "1,2,3,4"
> instead of just "1"}
>
> mkisofs -v -pad -o RHEL4-i386-DVD.iso \
>   -V "RHEL4-i386-DVD.2005-02-16" \
>   -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat \
>   -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table \
>   -r -R -T -m TRANS.TBL \
>   -x /mnt/tmp1/.discinfo \
>   -x /mnt/tmp1/isolinux \
>   -graft-points /mnt/tmp1 .discinfo=.discinfo
> isolinux/=isolinux \
>   RedHat=/mnt/tmp2/RedHat \
>   RedHat=/mnt/tmp3/RedHat \
>   RedHat=/mnt/tmp4/RedHat
>
>
> /usr/lib/anaconda-runtime/implantisomd5
> RHEL4-i386-DVD.iso
>
>
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