On 3/15/07, Ewald Jenisch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Yes you're right - the question is about how to create a *custom* ISO-image.
I tried to find something about this in the FreeBSD docs, but I didn't look very hard: http://romana.now.ie/writing/customfreebsdiso.html
From the article:
""" I needed to install FreeBSD on a system (a Dell PowerEdge 400SC) with an LSILogic 1030 Ultra4 SCSI adapter. At that time support for this device was only available with an mpt driver patch that hadn't yet made it into FreeBSD. I needed to make install media that incorporated the mpt patch. """ It's for a different driver patch, not sure if it will work as I haven't tried it myself, and again it's not the FreeBSD docs, but hopefully it will help a bit.
cd /usr/src # make release -DMAKE_ISOS `release' is up to date. # yet, no .iso-files to find :-( I also came across /usr/src/release/i386/mkisoimages.sh
The link I found was googled with "mkisoimages.sh" as the query string. Most of the results were from CVS check-ins, but if you want to search for more documentation, searching for things that mention that file could be a good start.
It needs the following params: "mkisoimages.sh [-b] image-label image-name base-bits-dir [extra-bits-dir]" Where is "base-bits-dir" supposed to be? -ewald
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