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    Default use mkisofs to create a bootable iso

    hi all,
    i am making a multiboot cd to have as a sys rescue cd (super grub disk system rescue cd and clonezilla) i have edited sgd's menu.lst to be able to boot all 3 but when i do mkisofs -l system\ rescue\ disk\ >myiso.iso i get a lot of filename to long and when i run it with qemu it says thene is o MBR to boot from
    can anyone help m create a iso for this ?
    thanks,
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    Default Re: use mkisofs to create a bootable iso

    Have you checked: man mkisofs

    There are gui apps like isomaster or AcetoneISO to help make up .iso's
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