using dd to dump an image file to a floppy
breath at unix.net
Mon Apr 16 19:09:36 UTC 2007
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 14:24:14 -0400
"John" <dcbuddy at dcbuddy.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to make boot and kern floppies, using dd, as follows:
> Cdrom is mounted, floppy is mounted (and I have test written to it)
> I have the 6.2 disk 1 in the cdrom drive (the "floppies" directory contains
> the disk images I'd like to write)
> I'm in the /cdrom directory
> When I try to "disk image" the boot.flp file, here's what happens:
> # dd if=floppies/boot.flp of=/dev/fd0
> dd: /dev/fd0: Operation not permitted
> I keep getting the "operation not permitted" message.
> As I said before, I CAN write to the fd0 (floppy drive), and I am logged in
> as "root".
> Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Maybe you just unmount your floppy before doing dd if=floppies/boot.flp of=/dev/fd0.
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