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Command for Making image file for CD Burning

senthil_3
Frequent Advisor

Command for Making image file for CD Burning

hi,

Can any one say what is the command for creating cd dump image file.

for solaris the command is mkisofs .

Want the command equilvelnet of mkisofs for HPUX

Tnx,
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Michael Tully
Honored Contributor

Re: Command for Making image file for CD Burning

T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: Command for Making image file for CD Burning

check this document

http://support1.itrc.hp.com/service/cki/docDisplay.do?docId=200000058668908

Also check the man pages of make_medialif


Thanks
T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: Command for Making image file for CD Burning

Ralph Grothe
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Re: Command for Making image file for CD Burning

I think you can also install mkisofs on HP-UX.

You may find links to from where to get the latest sources here:

http://freshmeat.net/projects/mkisofs/?topic_id=19%2C41%2C139%2C142%2C147

Since we don't have any HP-UX workstation, but only enterprise servers, there is no way for us to make and burn images on HP-UX (lack of CD burner).
We instead do it on a Linux PC.

Of course, it is totally dependant on what sort of image you want to create.
When you have a look at the mkisofs manpage you will notice almost hundreds of options that give you an enormous amount of flexibility.

However, most times something like this suffices:

mkisofs -vrTJ -hide-joliet-trans-tbl -o /path/to/your/image.iso /mount/point/to/save

(see manpage for explanation of options)

Afterwards you may first check the image by mounting it on a loop device (this feature seems only to be available on Linux, I asked here in the forum for something similar on HP-UX but got no reply)

mount -t iso9660 -o loop /path/to/your/image.iso /some/mountpoint

After you have checked and unmounted it again you may burn it on CD-ROM

cdrecord -v -isosize -fs=4m speed=8 dev=0,1,0 /path/to/your/image.iso

Note, to adjust your device, fifo size, and speed options to your hardware.

With

cdrecord -scanbus

you may find out what device your burner is accessed through.

But as said, this is how it can be done under Linux.
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