On Thursday 27 November 2008 06:12:37 michael wrote:
> Beech Rintoul wrote:
> > On Thursday 27 November 2008 04:44:19 michael wrote:
> >> Beech Rintoul wrote:
> >>> On Wednesday 26 November 2008 20:40:21 michael wrote:
> >>>> will make release work for current? i've built a nice working system
> >>>> that i would like to be able to install on several identical machines.
> >>>
> >>> Yes, but read all the docs completely there are a number of options you
> >>> need, like telling it to use your source tree instead of CVS and if you
> >>> want to build packages etc.
> >>>
> >>> Beech
> >>
> >> Thanks, I've made a release before.. a long while ago in a galaxy far
> >> away... I was just wondering if current would work the same.
> >> Also, is it possible to make an iso containing a multi release? ie: i386
> >> and amd64?
> >
> > Technically, but you'd have to burn it to a DVD and figure out how to
> > choose which to boot from. There are people combining all three to a DVD,
> > but I haven't built a release in awhile myself and have never tried
> > making it into a DVD. Burning a -CURRENT release is no problem, just
> > source it from your src tree. It's really no different than burning a
> > regular release. There's no problem burning both iso's the problem will
> > be the boot sector.
> >
> > Beech
>
> What do you think about using a different loader on the iso, one that
> will allow selection of a specific architecture?

That pretty much exactly what you would need to do. But I'm sure it could be 
done. I just don't have any experience making a multi-boot CD.

Beech

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