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Old 09-25-2003, 01:17 PM   #1
fumanchu01
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creating a bootable cd for linux


i dunno if anyone's had this kind of problem before, but i was trying to install mandrake's CLIC clustering distribution and everything went fine until the network part.

the configuration part detected everything but it couldn't find the "shorewall" rpm

so i decided to copy the iso on my drive, download the rpm and place it in the rpm folders of the iso.

however, when i tried to remake the bootable cd i got all sorts of problems. first, i tried to create a new iso and then burn that, but that didn't work. then i tried using the boot software on nero to get a bootable cd.

is there anything i need to get that's special for a bootable cdrom using nero?
thanks!
 
  


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