Use Adaptec Easy CD Creator to make a bootable CD-ROM. But I thinkQuote:> Hi!
Easy CD Creator is only for Windows 95/98/NT released. I hope I can help
For a floppy it is done by just copying the kernel image track-by-track, so I
would be curious to know what is the difference for a CD.
(for the practical how-to there will be a HOW-TO I suppose)
Quote:> I really want to make this CD bootable ! Does any body know how ?
I have a Philips CDD 2600 connected to a Solaris 2.5.1 box, and I
have a need to construct a bootable Unix CD with several partitions
I've created CDs using the free utilities "cdrecord" and "mkisofs"
before, but I can't seem to be able to figure out how to do what I
want with these tools in this case.
So, I guess these are my questions:
1. Can I make a bootable CD with cdrecord? Can I make a CD that
solaris will see as having several partitions with cdrecord?
2. If not, are there other free utilities out there that will do
what I want?
3. If not, is there something commercial that will get the job
Thanks in advance for any light you guys can shed on this subject.
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