I'm trying to make a bootable CD of Mac os X to use as a rescue/utility boot disk. I have a Powerbook G4, with DVD/CD reader drive, and a linux tower with a DVD-reader/CD-RW drive. I've so far been unable to make bootable CDs in the linux burner, but if I mount the image in OS X, System Preferences show it as bootable. (Made so by using the 'bless' command in os X terminal.) Also, I am using X-CD-Roast which displays a cd icon with a red slash through it, indicating (i guess) that xcdroast doesn't recognize this format. I can mount the (mac os X) cd image if I type
mount -o loop -t hfs imagefile.iso /tmp/mountpoint
it mounts, with the HFS part of the disk showing up (the "where did my files go" file). But I guess I need HFS+ support, which I don't have right now..
Is there a way to make this work?