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Old 01-14-2019, 03:20 AM   #1
linuly
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hi,
i like to create on centos 7 an iso image that comprise centos 7 OS + aplication then i wish to create a VM with this on vmware.
mount -t iso9660 -o loop /dvd.iso /y
if i try mount -o rw,remount /y i am not able to mount it as rw.can be mounted it rw?
i created a directory /y9 and i copied from /y to /y9.
then i copied the application package on /y9
then mkisofs /dir/y.iso /y9
i downloaded y.iso on laptop.
with vmware i tried to create a vm machine but i am in the screen where the vm machine try to find dhcp server.
it mean that the iso is not bootable
how can i resolve it?
tnx
 
Old 01-14-2019, 05:55 AM   #2
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if i try mount -o rw,remount /y i am not able to mount it as rw.can be mounted it rw?
ISO filesystems can't be mounted read-write.
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i am in the screen where the vm machine try to find dhcp server.
it mean that the iso is not bootable
how can i resolve it?
You need to add options to the mkisofs command. There are plenty of guides on the internet, for example https://bencane.com/2013/06/12/mkiso...x-install-iso/.
 
  


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