[SOLVED] Make_iso.sh doesn't work anymore

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TWalkerNM
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[SOLVED] Make_iso.sh doesn't work anymore

Post#1 by TWalkerNM » 21 Jan 2014, 01:08

Porteus 2.1 here working with a heavily modified KDE desktop.

My make_iso ISO only boot to stock Porteus in guest or root. No changes show.

Working with USB drive I can simply copy the USB from one to another USB and that works. In IMGburn I can create an ISO out of those same files and then burn that image to CD and that will not work.

What is it about the ISO creation and/or burning is causing my system to fail? I must be missing something but I am looking for another opinion/brain to give me some ideas.

Using a 200MB .dat file for changes which works on different machines from a USB.


Thanks

Edit: I solved my problem by using "Save Session as Module" in Porteus Settings Center. In fact I believe I can remove my 200MB save.dat entirely!
Last edited by TWalkerNM on 21 Jan 2014, 21:10, edited 2 times in total.

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Re: Make_iso.sh doesn't work anymore

Post#2 by tome » 21 Jan 2014, 15:23

Iso images or CD disks are not writeable in simple way like hard drives. Rename changes.dat to changes.dat.xzm and move to modules or optional folder.

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Re: [SOLVED] Make_iso.sh doesn't work anymore

Post#3 by TWalkerNM » 21 Jan 2014, 21:11

Thanks. I edited the post above to "solved". I just saved the session as module and it did what I needed.

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