creating a bootable iso for raid BIOS flash
mbeis at xs4all.nl
Sun Jan 8 00:12:08 UTC 2012
On Sun, 8 Jan 2012, the wise Polytropon wrote:
> If this is depending on the name "[BOOT]", there are
> two ways to deal with special characters in file names,
> if you need to specify them on the command line:
> a) use escape sequences:
> -b \[BOOT\]/Bootable_HardDisk.img
> b) use quoting:
> -b "[BOOT]/Bootable_HardDisk.img"
I used escape sequences and that works. The "no match" error is gone.
> Also read "man mkisofs" about the boot-related
> options, especially -b, where
> If the boot image is not an image of a floppy, you need to add
> one of the options: -hard-disk-boot or -no-emul-boot. If the
> system should not boot off the emulated disk, use -no-boot.
> is mentioned. Maybe consider using -G instead of -b?
I tried the -G option and removed the -hard-disk-boot option and now it
created an iso without errors. The size is still 9MB though. I looked
inside the original iso and the one generated by me but I really can't see
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