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Re: CD Burners



On Mon, Sep 13, 1999 at 04:25:38PM -0600, Bob Beck wrote:
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> >
> >I'm going to be burning cd-images of a stripped down OpenBSD that I'm using for
> >several different projects.  I'm looking for suggestions of particular models
> >of cd-burners that people have had success with recording on OpenBSD.  Second
> >part of the question is the procedure for burning.  I saw some reference to
> >mkhybrid in the earlier discussion a few months ago, I assume this takes the
> >directory structure and produces a iso or somesuch image which can then be 
> >burned with cdrecord to produce a bootable CD.  Am I correct in this?  Any
> >hints or suggestions to make this as painless as possible.  Thanks!
> 
>        <Big Caveat for what's below, YMMV, use at own risk> 
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>        I've never bothered, mainly, because I don't do this with a
> conventional CD install package - I don't need the overhead of
> packageizing and tar. I want quick and dirty. What I do usually works
> something like this: 
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I'm not looking to just make distribution CD's.  These will be
entire bootable systems on cdrom.  The hard drive is used for
nothing but logging purposes.