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Old 03-01-2010, 08:51 PM   #1
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Kickstart Linux using a gbin image


Hi,

I am trying to install my linux image on a HP server. The image is .gbin format, has a linux kernel, which in turn boots up my private OS.

Could you please let me know
- Do .gbin images boot on a x86 server with no change or should they be in ISO format
- Is there a way to convert .gbin images to ISO format ( mkisofv will help ?)

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