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Re: Is it possible to burn MacOS bootable CD's on Linux

On Fri, 10 Aug 2001, Ethan Benson wrote:

}> also it is possible to have toast create an old+new world bootable cd
}> image with a size of 650M and from linux repopulate it and burn the
}> result. sorry if i have the details missing here but i did get this to
}> work.
}no toast won't create hybrid filesystems AFAIK, hybrid filesystem is
}required since part of the debian archive is on CD1.  

Toast _CAN_ be used to make a CD from the images.  I used Toast (a 4.x
version) to burn CD's from the debian images available at
www.linuxiso.org.  I don't use burning software under linux, so I know
for sure I used Toast.  What I ended up doing was burning these as disc
images.  I can't remember for sure now, but I don't think I touched the
option where it asked if I wanted to make a CD bootable or not, and I
did _NOT_ mount the images at all.  And all of the CD's work fine on my
Lombard, including a bootable CD #1.


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