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Is it possible to use mkdvd to create a bootable DVD using a mksysb on tape as the source image?
On the system concerned, we don't have enough free space to create the mksysb to file first, so would like to use the existing tape mksysb backup.
The DVD disk/s will then be used to boot a... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: alanp36
i have an AIX server and planning to upgrade the operating system, before that i want to take a system backup which can be used in case of upgrade failure. i dont have NIM server t hold the mksysb backups. so i have the only option of taking the backup on DVD. i have the following optical drive... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: saikiran_1984
thanks for so many helps in many problems!
Can anyone guide, how to create a bootable cd/dvd from downloaded iso images of CentOS 5? I have collected all the iso in a dvd but it is not booting the system. Any response will be appreciable... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: naw_deepak
I have a problem with installing the Solaris 10 using a bootable DVD with a flar archive. I want this installation to be totally hands-off, but unfortunately after I run this boot command at the ok prompt:
ok boot cdrom - install ...
the system is rebooted and the interactive... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: Przemek
I have created a bootable DVD for X86 using a flash archive, the problem is that I have to specify the location at the beginning of the install.
I have edited the any_machine profile under ./jumpstart_sample to contain the following
archive_location ... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: eeisken
I have a mksysb backup image need burn to a DVD, then it can be used to restore OS in other machine.
How to do this? (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: rainbow_bean
I've created a bootable DVD which works fine for earlier versions of Solaris 10 (6/06) and Solaris 9.
But now i've moved to Solaris 10 8/07 and I am getting the NFSv4 prompt at login.
Initially i thought i could surpress this by adding the line
to my... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: declanryan