Update the official iso with my system
  • Butterfly
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    cip060
    Posts: 75 from 2010/7/30
    I would like to create an iso / cd / dvd of my system
    That can be self-installing like the original ISO
    How should I move to update and create a bootable iso with ready-made programs and configurations
  • »17.09.22 - 11:57
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
    Paladin of the Pegasos
    Papiosaur
    Posts: 1669 from 2003/4/10
    From: France
    Hello cip060,

    open Jalapeno, drag'n drop System icon to the Jalapeno windows and create an ISO file via menu then burn it.

    I think it should be ok...
  • »17.09.22 - 13:55
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  • ASiegel
    Posts: 1349 from 2003/2/15
    From: Central Europe
    @Papiosaur

    This resulting CD would not be "self-installing" though. (See first post.)
  • »17.09.22 - 15:40
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
    Paladin of the Pegasos
    Papiosaur
    Posts: 1669 from 2003/4/10
    From: France
    @ASiegel : ha ok i have understood bootable as MorphOS ISO

    Maybe a small installation script with the copy command:

    copy all SystemCD: (for exemple) to sys: ?
  • »17.09.22 - 19:19
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    Kronos
    Posts: 2099 from 2003/2/24
    I would try it the hacky way:

    Take the corresponding MorphOS-ISO and modify it by adding/replacing your stuff.

    No idea if that would still be bootable and I have no plans to try it....
  • »17.09.22 - 20:52
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  • Butterfly
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    cip060
    Posts: 75 from 2010/7/30
    was what I thought too
    if you add the applications and utilities you use it should work
    it is also true that you just need to copy the files
  • »17.09.22 - 21:49
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  • MorphOS Developer
    jacadcaps
    Posts: 2719 from 2003/3/5
    From: Canada
    You should be able to prepare a bootable ISO with already existing tools - there's mkisofs in MOSSYS:Data/Jalapeno.

    I'd strongly advise you to create a copy of your system somewhere, say Work:BootCD folder instead of creating an iso directly! You'll need additional files there anyway. Assuming you're using a PPC Mac, you should mount the MorphOS ISO corresponding to the OS you have installed and copy the mac_ppc32/64 folders to Work:BootCD. Those folders are hardcoded in the OpenFirmware so don't try to rename them ;) Once you've copied your system partition there, you can generate the ISO. Try this in a shell:

    Code:

    cd Work:
    MOSSYS:Data/Jalapeno/mkisofs -allow-lowercase -sysid MorphOS -V MorphOS -iso-level 3 -R -l -o Work:BootCD.ISO BootCD


    You can now burn the ISO with Jalapeno. Should work :)
  • »17.09.22 - 22:04
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  • Butterfly
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    cip060
    Posts: 75 from 2010/7/30
    I tried the copy of my system is performed but unfortunately it is not seen by the Mac boot manager not even holding the C key to make the cd boot
    Other solutions?
    I tried to update the original ISO with Windows but Morphos ISO is hybrid and does not add anything to me
  • »18.09.22 - 23:39
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