Make dvd not creating iso
16/05/2018 9:30
Hi all I am running the software according to the instructions (I think), and noiso is created where it says it is.

Here is the output, running as su: lizz:/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso # makeSUSEdvd/tmp/CD_DIR already exists. Using /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929 insteadMaking a DVD of several CD'sThe root password is needed. If you know how to do this without,please tell meHere we go.

/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-i386-CD5.iso is being mounted and copied on TEMP_DIR.

/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-i386-CD4.iso is being mounted and copied on TEMP_DIR.

/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-i386-CD3.iso is being mounted and copied on TEMP_DIR.

/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-i386-CD2.iso is being mounted and copied on TEMP_DIR.

/media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/SUSE-Linux-10.1-RC1-i386-CD1.iso is being mounted and copied on TEMP_DIR.

Recreating MD5SUMS: /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/i586/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/i686/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/descr/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/pic/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/bg/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/de/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/cs/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/en/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/es/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/fi/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/fr/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/hu/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/ja/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/it/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/km/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/nb/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/nl/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/pl/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/pt/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/sl/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/uk/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/pt_BR/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/zh_CN/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/slide/txt/zh_TW/MD5SUMS /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/setup/MD5SUMSmd5sum: descr: Is a directorymd5sum: slide: Is a directory /tmp/CD_DIR.CD.7929/suse/noarch/MD5SUMS using settings: datadirs: .

languages: english,spanish,french,german,czech,hungarian,italianoutput dir: ./setup/descr/ is not a directory: ignoringextra_provides: setup/descr/EXTRA_PROVfind: warning: you have specified the -maxdepth option after a non-optionargument -name, but options are not positional (-maxdepth affects testsspecified before it as well as those specified after it). Please specifyoptions before other arguments.

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doneprocessed 2662 packagesnow recoding to UTF-8: packages packages.DU packages.en packages.espackages.fr packages.de packages.cs packages.hu packages.itmkisofs: invalid option -- JUsage: mkisofs [-o outfile] [-R] [-V volid] [-v] [-a] [-T] [-l] [-d] [-V] [-D] [-L] [-p preparer][-P publisher] [ -A app_id ] [-z] [-b boot_image_name] [-c boot_catalog-name] [-x path -x path ...] pathiso is savedas /media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/DVD_DIR/SUSE-10.1-0-DVD.isouse any burning program to burn it, or mount it withmount -oloop /media/usbdisk/linux-installs/iso/DVD_DIR/SUSE-10.1-0-DVD.iso /anydir/you/like If it is in /tmp you might want to move it, because it will be deleted atsome point in the future.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - Online now. Version is 0.29. Working on 0.30, so if you do not yet have agpg key it will make one for you.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - Thank you.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - Then use the version that comes with SUSE.

houghi@penne : mkisofs --versionmkisofs 2.01 (i686-suse-linux)

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16/05/2018 9:30 - No It works with SUSE CD's. CD 6 is a SUSE CD.

Already online for a few days FC5?

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16/05/2018 9:30 - 0.29 does not work with 10.1 final? Does the script work with non OSSCD? I'm currently downloading the Gold Master and I guess I'll have towait for 0.30. BTW earlier versions worked fine even on FC5.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - No, why would you want to rename the CD? You can, but it is not needed.

Why wait if it is available?http://sourceforge.net/projects/makesusedvd/ Ah, OK. Always nice to hear how it goes with other distro's. As long asthe needed programs are installed, this should not be a problem.

The programs it needs are obviously bash, mkisofs, gpg,create_package_descr (Available from the above URL) and rpm. The lastone might be the most chalanging for non-rpm based machines. No ideahowever.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - I'll have to rename the 6th CD? Something like this: SUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD1.isoSUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD2.isoSUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD3.isoSUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD4.isoSUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD5.isoSUSE-Linux-10.1-GM-i386-CD6.iso That will create an openSUSE DVD iso image with non OSS software? Ok, thanks. I'll wait for it.

Fedora Core 5. As you can see, I've tested the makeSUSEdvd script on nonSUSE distro and it worked fine for some beta versions. I'll test 0.30 aswell and I can let you know if it works, if you want me to :)

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16/05/2018 9:30 - Thanks. However there are sevral hunderd distributions and then I am noteven counting the different versions. Just maintaining that info wouldbe hell.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - <snip><snip> What are you running as an OS? What version of mkisofs is on there?

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16/05/2018 9:30 - SuSE 10.0 with all the latest updates.

mkisofs-1.11.3

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16/05/2018 9:30 - A solution for RC3 (and already tested on RC5 and GM) will be availablesomewhere tonight.


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16/05/2018 9:30 - It works fine again with Fedora Core 5. You can announce that somewhereif you want ;) Cheers mate!

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