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Here it is but it dosn't wook with Mandriva 2007. I have a Modified one for 2007.
#### Start Here #######
# by Chris Kloiber <email@example.com>
# Slight adaptation for Mandrake by Sergei Zuyev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# A quick hack that will create a bootable DVD iso of a Mandrake Linux
# Distribution. Feed it either a directory containing the downloaded
# iso files of a distribution, or point it at a directory containing
# the "Mandrake", "isolinux", and "images" directories.
#It creates /destination/dvd.iso and also the complete dvd structure in ./mkmdkdvd directory. If your dvd.iso creation is successful
#mount dvd.iso -r -t iso9660 -o loop /mnt/loop
#ls /mnt/loop )
#then you can safely remove
#/bin/rm -r ./mkmdkdvd
# Lots of disk space required to work, 3X the distribution size at least.
# GPL version 2 applies. No warranties, yadda, yadda. Have fun.
if [ $# -lt 2 ]; then
echo "Usage: `basename $0` source /destination/DVD.iso"
echo " The 'source' can be either a directory containing a single"
echo " set of isos, or an exploded tree like an ftp site."
It creates /destination/dvd.iso and also the complete dvd structure in ./mkmdkdvd directory. If your dvd.iso creation is successful
mount dvd.iso -r -t iso9660 -o loop /mnt/loop
ls /mnt/loop )
then you can safely remove
/bin/rm -r ./mkmdkdvd
If not, you at least have a complete system in this directory to use as a source or to see manually why the iso-image creation hasn't worked for you.
Enjoy, but do not blame me if smth goes wrong
(Checked on MDK2006, ML10.0-community, official, 10.0.2)