I wanted to make a bootable iso image of redhat-6.0. I found the
on Redhat's site, but what does this mean:
mkisofs -b <BOOT_IMG_REL_PATH> -T -r -V <VOL_ID> -P <PUBLISHER> -L -o
<BOOT_IMG_REL_PATH> = what file is this?
<VOL_ID> = I persume this should be something like RedHat_6.0
<PUBLISHER> = should this be my name, or Redhat?
<IMAGE> = something like rh60.img
<DATA> = the redhat-6.0 dir? or the i386 dir?
Ps. If this works, It's be up on the ftp site as before:
ftp://188.8.131.52 for anyone that wants it.
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