Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 18 Jul 2005, at 19:33, Niall O Broin wrote:
>>> There's a section in the RHEL manual at
>> which is about making a bootable CD from RHEL CD#1. However, that CD
>> is itself bootable. Why therefore would one follow this procedure?
>> Does it produce a different kind of boot CD? (apart from the obvious
>> i.e. that said CD won't have whatever other parts of RHEL are on a
>> normal CD 1)
>>> I hate to answer my own question, but to save people's time - that
> procedure builds ONLY a bootable CD with nothing else on it. You might
> use it maybe to make a custom CD with a jumpstart file on it.
That section should read:
"Making an custom Installation Boot CD-ROM"
And it's kickstart btw in case people are googling.
jumpstart is solaris' name for the same thing.
For the record, creating custom installation CDs
for redhat is a pain in the arse. Loads of little gotchas.
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