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Re: question on cdrecord command..
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: question on cdrecord command..
- From: Jacob Meuser <jakemsr_(_at_)_jakemsr_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2002 16:05:23 -0700
- Mail-followup-to: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
On Mon, Jul 15, 2002 at 08:30:55AM -0700, tv wrote:
> however, when running the following
> command mkisofs -v -r -T -J -V "openbsd3.1" -b
> i386/cdrom31.fs -c boot.catalog -o openbsd31.iso -x
> openbsd31.iso . after running this command i get this
> mkisofs 1.14 (i586-pc-cygwin)
Oh, pc-cygwin. So this is not an OpenBSD machine, rather a Windows
box using cygwin, correct?
> Scanning .
> Scanning ./i386
> Excluded: ./i386/TRANS.TBL
> mkisofs: Uh oh, I cant find the boot image
> 'i386/cdrom31.fs' !
> any ideas as to why it cant find this file?
I just tried a very similar command, on OpenBSD, and it worked for me.
I would suggest not using constructs like 'mkisofs -o fileInThisDir.iso
-x fileInThisDir.iso .'.
My guess is that you've hit a bug in mkisofs on cygwin. Try cd'ing
up a directory and using 'mkisofs -v -r -T -J -V "openbsd3.1" -b
i386/cdrom31.fs -c boot.catalog -o openbsd31.iso dirThatWasDot'.