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I've been working with SCO Unix for several years now but have never had to restore a system from a bare drive.
I have a bootable CD that contains what appears to be the correct files necessary to recover the boot and root filesystems.
I've got the BIOS setup such that the CD is the first... (12 Replies)
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How can i determine the /dev/scd0 is bootable or not from command-line with single-line command according to ElTorito specification or something else?
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In our HP/Unix system, our master scsi drive was bootable and our mirrored drive was non-bootable. Are any of these alternatives possible:
1) Make the non-bootable scsi drive bootable? How?
2) Create a bootable scsi drive, then copy the mirrored data to the newly created scsi drive?
I seek... (1 Reply)
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In my present dual boot (Fedora Core 4 & WinXP2003 Server) desktop computer, I have redundant 100GB disk drives.
Every so often I boot fedora core 4 and
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I was wondering if anyone had made a bootable Linux CD with additional directory inside it. I'm trying to make a bootable CD with additional rpm to install the correct video card in a seaperate directory. I'm able to make a kickstart bootable CD but am unable to read into the new... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: larryase
I want to create a CD that is bootable containing a working Linux OS ie OS runs from CD and not harddrive.
Will probably install Linux to a 650GB partition , including all the bits I need.
How would I then use this partition to create a working CD?
Ideas and Web sites with info very... (5 Replies)
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hw can i prepaer bootable floopy in Solaris as well as SCO Unix
thx (1 Reply)
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how can i create a bootable cd? i have the .iso thingy, and now i only need to put it on the cd, but do i need something special to do it w/? or just burn it right onto the cd? Ive already set cd to 1st in bios.
thanx anyways (1 Reply)
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I need to be able to make a back bootable CD for Solaris 7 + software on the system. As stated the CD needs to be a bootable one, I know it will more then likely have to be more then 1 CD and I don't mind.
What would be a good program to do this? Also the best way to go about doing it.... (1 Reply)
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