[syslinux] Booting of bcdw from isolinux does notworkanymore with 3.52 but works with 3.51
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Von: syslinux-bounces at zytor.com [mailto:syslinux-bounces at zytor.com] Im Auftrag von Geert Stappers
Gesendet: Freitag, 9. November 2007 12:32
An: syslinux at zytor.com
Betreff: Re: [syslinux] Booting of bcdw from isolinux does notworkanymore with 3.52 but works with 3.51
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Op 09-11-2007 om 10:27 schreef Zipf Christian:
> I checked the NEWS section and since I am not an expert at all on
> these kind of things, but could this maybe have something to do with
> the problem?
> * ISOLINUX: Fix for certain broken CD-ROM BIOSes which
> randomly corrupted register FS.
> This is the code to create the image. It has never been changed in years.
> It is from Barts old Boot CD and just uses MKISOFS to generate a isolinux CD image.
> BCD, Build CD-Rom, v1.1.1
> Copyright (c) 2002 Bart Lagerweij. All rights reserved.
> This program is free software. Use and/or distribute it under the terms
> of the NU2 License (see nu2lic.txt or http://www.nu2.nu/license/).
> BCD: Checking for required files:
> BCD: Processing (main) config file "bcd.cfg"
> BCD: Application set to "BCD/MKISOFS"
> BCD: System set to "Win32"
> BCD: Processing (CD) config file "cds\corpmb\bcd.cfg"
> BCD: Bootfile set to "isolinux\isolinux.bin"
> BCD: Mkisofsargs set to "-J -N -joliet-long -no-iso-translate"
> BCD: Processing bootdisk config file "cds\corpmb\bootdisk.cfg"
> BCD: Bootimage "isolinux\cdrom.img" already exists, skip creation
> BCD: Bootimage "isolinux\corpnet.img" already exists, skip creation
> BCD: Bootfile is "isolinux/isolinux.bin"
> BCD: Bootfile type is ".bin" adding "-no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4"
> BCD: Bootfile is ISOLINUX adding "-boot-info-table"
> BCD: Hidding boot image in ISO9660 adding "-hide isolinux.bin"
> BCD: Hidding boot catalog in ISO9660 adding "-hide boot.catalog"
> BCD: Hidding boot image in Joliet adding "-hide-joliet isolinux.bin"
> BCD: Hidding boot catalog in Joliet adding "-hide-joliet boot.catalog"
> BCD: Creating ISO image file (running mkisofs.exe)
> BCD: Arguments; -J -N -joliet-long -no-iso-translate -A BCD/MKISOFS
> -sysid "Win32" -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -no-emul-boot
> -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -hide isolinux.bin
> -hide boot.catalog -hide-joliet isolinux.bin
> -hide-joliet boot.catalog
> -v -o f:\bcd\image\bcd.iso cds\corpmb\files
> mkisofs 2.01a17-Bart (i686-pc-cygwin)
The original error was/is:
| Error! Cannot load file (code: 0110h):
But I can't see "\bcdw\bcdw.bin" in the above output.
And there is the report that 3.51 works, but 3.52 doesn't.
Say the upgrade to 3.52 did break things, now I dare :-) to say
that upgrade went wrong. I can't backup that, but I can imagion
that isolinux.bin and isolinux\isolinux.bin are different files
and that only one was upgraded where both should have been.
Other partly upgrades could also the cause of the problem.
Please don't get me wrong, I not saying the problem is at the other
side, I'm saying that I don't get the problem at my side.
Important is that the setup of the original poster should
be working also with Syslinux 3.52 and above.
And when it doesn't, it is important to known why it fails
or at least where it fails.
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I can assure you that isolinux.bin was updated accordingly. As I said before nothing was changed on that script at all. All I did was replace the isolinux.bin and memtest with the one from the 3.52 distribution and it stopped working. I am not saying that the problem lies within isolinux, it could be within bcdw as well, or I made a mistake somewhere. Bcdw has not been updated in years, and it never made any problems with all the other versions of isolinux I used before.
So what exactly do you need to look a little closer into this?
Would a simple script to creat a isolinux bootable cd that just loads bcdw, be enough?
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