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I have the ISO's of Ubuntu 10.10,11.04 and Red Hat Ent. Linux Server 6

My PC has some graphics issues with 11.04 version :(

So I want to create Multiboot ISO with this both the Ubuntu's

Now both this Ubuntu Iso's have all the same folders. ???

Also help on how to add Red Hat Linux Enterprise Linux 6

So I have problem with this systems. :O

Please Help  :O
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@ Vinay

Quote: ”So I have problem with this systems”

So do I in size of these distros :(

I don’t know what version of “Red Hat Linux Enterprise Linux 6” you are dealing with, but the ones I have found is installed from two DVD’s :O
This is far too big distros for me to handle :p

But Ubuntu is reasonable large to handle
Note: I used the “Live-Ubuntu” download HERE

And here is the solution to EasyBoot:

Solution to Ubuntu-10.10
1. Copy Ubuntu-10.10 ISO-file to folder disk1 and rename ISO-file to exactly UBUNTU.ISO (you must use uppercase= BIG LETTERS to name)
2. Download grub-kicker-image from HERE
3. Put compressed image as it is in folder ezboot and use menu command in EasyBoot menu:  memdisk ubuntu.zip
4. When creating ISO check “Joliet”

Solution to Ubuntu-11.04
1. Copy ISO to folder disk1 and rename ISO to exactly UBUNTU11.ISO
2. Download grub-kicker-image from HERE
3. Put compressed image as it is to folder ezboot and use menu command in EasyBoot menu:  memdisk ubuntu11.zip
4. When creating ISO check “Joliet”

I’m not going to download Red Hat because of its unreasonable size :O
But you can always test this:
1. Extract everything from Red Hat ISO-file to folder disk1
2. Extract boot-file from Same ISO to folder ezboot (Use UltraIso: “Save>save boot file” with name redhat.bif
3. Use menu command in EasyBoot:  bootinfotable;run redhat.bif
4. Check “Joliet” when creating ISO

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Note: Script collection updated 11 may 2017. Scripts mainly support EasyBoot_6.5 or later
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what exactly does adding bootinfotable and sometimes memdisk does?

AND are there any other variations used in command textbox?

and what do the options like joliet and other exactly do??

please reply

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@ Vinay

Quote: ”what exactly does adding bootinfotable and sometimes memdisk does?”

The “bootinfotable” is used to correctly boot isolinux applications from CD/DVD-units.

The “memdisk”-command simulates a disk by claiming a chunk of high memory for the disk.
Basically “memdisk” loads floppy images to RAM-disk and run image from there.
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Quote: ”AND are there any other variations used in command textbox?”

Well not much ???
“Optimize” is commonly used to decrease the size of ISO-build by using same files several times.
“DOS:8:3” (also called a short filename or SFN) is a filename convention used by old versions of DOS.
Note: 8.3 filenames have at most eight characters
You actually don’t have that much use of such setting these days

Checking “Joliet” doesn’t brings you to the city Joliet, Illinois - just joking :;):
Note: “Joliet” is the name of an extension to the ISO 9660 file system and is favored in the MS Windows world
Basically “Joliet” allows long file names and a directory structure which is substantially deeper.
It can also come in handy to linux\isolinux system as well.
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But why all these questions ???
Did you manage to launch your different UBUNTU-iso-files or not :O

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Note: Script collection updated 11 may 2017. Scripts mainly support EasyBoot_6.5 or later
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