[SOLVED] How to rebuild RedHat 6.2 isolinux/initrd.img?
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I want to modify isolinux/initrd.img, which in RedHat 6.2 DVD. I tried many command(gunzip,cpio...), but failed. I run "file initrd.img", and it shows "initrd.img: data". Could anybody help to extract and rebuild it?
Actually I install RedHat 6.2 and copy isolinux/initrd.img from DVD to local floder. Currently I can mount it and type "mount -t sysfs initrd.img /mnt/initrd". Now I want to add a file to initrd.img. I don't know how to do it.