On Thu, Mar 15, 2007 at 04:22:36AM -0500, Derek Ragona wrote:
> Just download the disk1 iso image then use nero or cdcreator to burn the CD.

Please don't top-post.

He meant the command to create the iso image. Something like
'make release' or so...

>         -Derek
> At 04:14 AM 3/15/2007, Ewald Jenisch wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I need to build my own ISO-install-CD for FreeBSD 6.2. Is this
> >possible (given an up-to-date /usr/src tree)?
> >
> >If yes, how?
> >
> >Will this process build build a "mini"-CD or a full "Disc1"?
> >
> >Can this "home-brewn" install-CD be used instead of the Disc1 of the
> >6.2 CD-set when installing a machine from scratch?
> >
> >Will it prompt for the second CD containing the various
> >packages?
> >
> >Thanks in advance for any clue,
> >-ewald
> >
> >PS: Just for explanation: The original 6.2 install-CDs don't support a
> >specific NIC I've got in my blade-systems. A new-version of the
> >corresponding driver has already been submitted though. In order to
> >avoid the "chicken-and-egg-problem" (i.e. can't update the source
> >since the machine can't connect to the net when installed via the
> >original 6.2 CDs) I thought about building a custom 6.2 CD install set
> >from a machine that has up-to-date 6.2 sources.


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