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    Default VHD to ISO

    Sorry for the duplicate, I posted this thread in the "Virtualization" board as well. http://forums.opensuse.org/showthrea...72#post2624872

    I have found these forums very useful when tackling any Linux questions I've had in the past, but this is my first time to post and be a part of the problem/solution. I am hoping that all of your expertise can assist me in a VHD to ISO project.

    The Question:

    I was approached today by my boss asking me to take one of my production OpenSuse Web Servers (currently running with a VHD) and create an ISO image that can be deployed on other machines. Please excuse my ignorance if this is an easy project that I'm making a mountain out of as I am not as versed in Linux as I am in Windows. I have done this before on windows machine by mounting the VHD and using imagex to create a new Install.wim file that I simply use as a replacement on the original Windows installation ISO. Obviously this method will not work on a Linux machine. What options do I have to accomplish this project?

    Thanks in advance,

    -plant-

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    Default Re: VHD to ISO

    On 02/14/2014 07:56 PM, ManOfPlants wrote:
    >
    > Sorry for the duplicate, I posted this thread in the "Virtualization"
    > board as well. http://tinyurl.com/l4jgq8e
    >
    > I have found these forums very useful when tackling any Linux questions
    > I've had in the past, but this is my first time to post and be a part of
    > the problem/solution. I am hoping that all of your expertise can assist
    > me in a VHD to ISO project.
    > _*
    > The_Question:*_
    > I was approached today by my boss asking me to take one of my
    > production OpenSuse Web Servers (currently running with a VHD) and
    > create an ISO image that can be deployed on other machines. Please
    > excuse my ignorance if this is an easy project that I'm making a
    > mountain out of as I am not as versed in Linux as I am in Windows. I
    > have done this before on windows machine by mounting the VHD and using
    > imagex to create a new Install.wim file that I simply use as a
    > replacement on the original Windows installation ISO. Obviously this
    > method will not work on a Linux machine. What options do I have to
    > accomplish this project?
    >
    > Thanks in advance,


    Please do not double post. This thread is active in Virtualization.



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