If all you need is to make your own .ISO to burn to CD, try this:
mkisofs -R -D -V "FreeDOS 1.1rc1" -o ~/fdbasecd-remastered.iso \
-b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat \
-no-emul-boot \-boot-load-size 4 \
On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 1:31 AM, iw2evk <marinellucc...@tiscali.it> wrote:
> Rugxulo wrote:
>> On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 5:03 AM, iw2evk <marinellucc...@tiscali.it> wrote:
>>> for working with some pc programmable radio transceivers, i' need a
>>> cd with freedos and panasonic usb drivers (di100'ddanf usbaspi etc).
>> Sounds complicated. :-)
>>> I've tried the bets cd from freedos 1.1. but failed emm management and
>>> usb drivers.
>> Have you tried latest test #3 ? Do you have access to a working floppy
>> Yes, i've used release 3. Ireload via command line jemm after failure ,
>> usb driver found a " legacy" .Bios don't have a choice for usb legacy, so
>> i 've loadede
>> usb driver with usb legacy remove option.When i load usbdrive , the system
>> hang up!
>> Try using F8 to avoid (J)EMM386. Does that help?
>> BTW, make sure to use Bret's latest, but even that is UHCI only.
>>> How i can create a bootable cd rom with freedos 1.1. full and panasonic
>>> Now i run on main pc Linux puppy lucid 5.2.5 and on older pc without usb
>>> fredoos 1.0
>> How old? It can't be that old (before 2000) if you're using USB. You
>> may have to roll your own .ISO via mkisofs or similar. Unfortunately,
>> I don't think we're allowed to redistribute Panasonic drivers.
>> My second pc , where now running kenwood and ascom radio service software
>> it'a a
>> toshiba t 1950tc bios date 1993 , no usb, no cd only floppy.
>> My other pc have usb /cd rw but NOT floppy (i've buy a chinese usb floppy
>> on e bay).
>> So i can't transfer configuration files for radio from one pc to other.
>> I find it somewhat hard to believe that you need "full" FreeDOS
>> install here. Try just manually grabbing "BASE" (plus maybe "UTIL")
>> and whatever extras you need.
>> In releade 3 cd i've found in install/ odin/ the new software, but this is
>> not a bootable disk
>> for reistall on older pc last version of freedos.
>> P.S. (Sorry this isn't as helpful as I would've liked.)
>> Many thanks for your help , very friendly
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