Re: Woody: Creating bootable install CD image w/ 2.4.19 kernel
On Sun, Aug 11, 2002 at 04:52:06PM +0200, Holger Rauch wrote:
> How can I create my own install CD-ROM w/ kernel 2.4.19? (This CD should
> not only be bootable and contain my custom 2.4.19 kernel but also the base
> debs so that it can be used as an install CD-ROM e.g. for machines having
> new Promise IDE RAID controllers)
> Thanks in advance for any hints!
If your objective this limitted.
Complile kernel using bf2.4 configuration as a base. Move it to boot
floppy and replace it with 2.4.18 one to get updated boot floppy.
Then just make CD using thisboot image and copy of files from existing
CDs using mkisofs. (Use loop back FS for gaining access to old CD
This is simpler than doing full creation of boot CD. (This trick worked
in potato days. I assume similar now.)
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