Op 31-12-2012 13:32, iw2evk schreef:
>
> Hi at all,
>
> whath is the right and shorth procedure for create a freedos 1.1 booting
> live cd?

There's no full-proof method yet as that also means specifying which 
program you use to create the master ISO.

mkisofs -R -D -V "FreeDOS 1.0b" -o /tmp/fdbasecd-remastered.iso -b \
 >     ./isolinux/isolinux.bin -c ./isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot \
 >     -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table ./

is what Eric Auer once wrote, but specific to Linux.

If all you want to do is write a downloaded ISO to (re)writeable optical 
disc, then use some CD recording program (CDRECORD or WODIM, or on 
Windows programs like IMGBURN) and point them to your CD-image file 
(FD11SRC.ISO or FDBOOTCD.ISO file).

CD-writing under DOS is very rare as most Unix-ported ISO9660-tools 
depend on a SCSI subsystem, thus requiring a SCSI or ASPI driver for 
your SCSI/IDE controller to which the CD-drive is connected. With no 
publicly redistributable ASPI driver, people generally are out of luck.

> P.s have a good 2013!!

Same :)

Bernd


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