Hi List.

Today I downloaded the fdbootcd.iso and wanted to modifiy it.
I included an other program in the fdboot.img, which worked fine.
After that i had to rebuild the fdbootcd.iso because I can't write in the iso file.
I did this the following way:

dd if=/dev/zero of=fdbootcd-new.img bs=1M count=14
mkdosfs fdbootcd-new.iso
mount -o loop fdbootcd.iso x/
mount -o loop fdbootcd-new.img y/
cp -ar x/* y/
cp fdboot.img y/isolinux/data (modified image)
mkisofs -R -J -o fdbootcd-new.iso y/
umount x/ y/

Now the CD isn't booting any more.
Why? I hope you can help me.

Best regards,

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