2009/3/14 linux china <firstname.lastname@example.org>Hi,
The debian 5.0 has a tiny CD installation method, I downloaded these files
cdrom/debian-cd_info.tar.gz -- isolinux config files for CD
cdrom/initrd.gz -- initrd for use with isolinux to build a CD
cdrom/vmlinuz -- kernel for use with isolinux to build a CD
But I dont' know how to make a iso with these files, Do I need to
uncompress the debian-cd_info.tgz and how about initrd.gz, I 'm
guessing to specify vmlinuz as the boot file when making the iso, do
you have any guide to make this iso image?
I believe there's a netinst iso for that to save you from the hassle.
"Instead of getting a full 650MB CD image, you just download a CD image file which contains the bare essentials necessary to install the rest. It is necessary to have access to a CD recorder in order to use this. The following are image files which are up to 180 MB in size, making them suitable for writing to small CD-R(W) media, 80 mm/3.1" in diameter"
"The following are image files which are up to 40 MB in size, making them suitable for writing to business card-shaped CDs (available in differing sizes, e.g. 58×75 mm/2.3×3" in diameter)"------