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Forgive me, I thought I had posted in programming but a search all forums can't find so I will try in newbies as this is new to me.
I have 3 floppies that boot to load a program that I would like to have transferred to cdr.
floppy 1 has a bootable mbr some files and one file split onto the 3 floppies.
the 2 other floppies have no bootable mbr
I know I can join the split file like this (file1 file2 file3 on each floppy)
cat fi* > bigfile
I tried to use dd to grab the mbr and also make an iso these 2 ways
try 1) dd if=/dev/fd0 of=/floppy1.img ditto floppy 2 &3
cat fl* > image.iso and burn to cdr and reboot fails
try 2 ) dd if=/dev/fd0 of=/mbr.img bs=512 count=1
then grab remaining files and combine the split file
then burn to cdr and reboot fails.
heres an explain of what I think I have done so far.
-o create filename with name cd.iso
-hard-disk-boot /a/g/A/mbr use a bootable image off the hard disk that is not a 1440 Kb image etc but just a mbr with pathway of /a/g/A/mbr
-R -r for rockridge and easy user parameters
/a/g/A/ is supposed to be the folder to create the iso from of the form cd_dir or /pathway to folder format.