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RE: Procedure of creating image (ISO) file.
- Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 09:13:44 -0500
- From: "Mills, John M." <Mills dot J at ems-t dot com>
- Subject: RE: Procedure of creating image (ISO) file.
I see no advantage in moving it to Linux if you already have a working
'build' tree in FreeBSD.
You should take this to FreeBSD's 'questions' list, or check the
'Handbook' at FreeBSD.org regarding making ISOs and burning CDs.
I would use 'mkisofs' to make an ISO file from a directory branch. At
worst, it should be a 'generic' build from the sources. I've used it
(and built it) for HP-UX, Linux, and Cygwin, but never had the occasion
on FreeBSD. The '-r' switch attempts to create "sane" ownership and
access permissions pn files within the ISO image. A good set of options
can be cross-readable from Mac-OS through MsWin to HP-UX, and other
*Nices along the way.
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Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 10:08 PM
Subject: Procedure of creating image (ISO) file.
Can anyone please tell me how to create image/iso file from RTEMS
The source is now located in FreeBSD 6.0 system enviornment. I wonder
to create a RTEMS iso file from freebsd. I heard that RTEMS is derived
from Linux. Do I need to move RTEMS source to Linux (Redhat) before
building the image file?