[syslinux] Isolinux question: booting multiple ISOs from one CD
mickey.malone at me.com
Sun Feb 5 10:26:07 PST 2012
You can create a bootable iso with isolinux and create a nice looking menu with menu.c32.
When creating your menu, you can choose what kernel and initramfs or initrd to load.
You can even go as far as creating your very own initramfs that can dynamically mount iso's contained in the cdrom using the kernel command line and your initramfs logic.
On Feb 5, 2012, at 8:59 AM, Christoph Hanle wrote:
> Hi everyone.
> I need a hint.
> I have a running pxelinux system with a lot of submenues in production usage. Nearly the same structure I have in production usage from USB-sticks (syslinux and memdisk).
> No I want to have the same structure also bootable form a CD.
> Unfotunally my main applications are only available as .iso -files. no chance to get them bootable with eg vmlinuz.
> The iso contains only the boot.cat, boot.bin and no.emul_00.
> Any ideas or food of thought are wellcome.
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