mille535

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  1. cdob you are my hero! it did work just got the folder names incorrect--here's there solution. Thanks for all your help!!
  2. WOW I think I found my problem. I was copying/pasting from your post and the directory names are shown as KDR10 but should be KRD10 my mistake it was late-I am going to rename the directory and give it a try quickly. thanks for all your help!
  3. I attached a screenshot of my directory structure in windows explorer, let me know if you need more. This is the entry that you gave me that's in my cfg file. label Kaspersky Rescue Disk menu Kaspersky Rescue Disk. KERNEL /KRD10/boot/rescue INITRD /KRD10/boot/rescue.igz APPEND root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc looptype=squashfs loop=/KRD10/image.squashfs nodevfs cdroot kav_lang=en udev aufs quiet noresume doscsi I am also going to try it this way right now. label Kaspersky Rescue Disk menu Kaspersky Rescue Disk. KERNEL /KRD10/boot/rescue APPEND root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc looptype=squashfs loop=/KRD10/image.squashfs nodevfs cdroot initrd=/KRD10/boot/rescue.igz kav_lang=en udev aufs quiet noresume doscsi here's basically my whole menu for the antivurs section of my disk stored as antvirus.cfg LABEL topmenu MENU LABEL ^Return to main menu KERNEL /isolinux/vesamenu.c32 APPEND /isolinux/isolinux.cfg LABEL sysrescue MENU LABEL ESET SysRescue COM32 /kernel/chain.c32 APPEND fs ntldr=/BOOTMGR label AVG menu label AVG Rescue CD kernel /isolinux/vesamenu.c32 APPEND /isolinux/avg.cfg label Avira menu label Avira AntiVir Rescue System kernel /isolinux/vesamenu.c32 APPEND /isolinux/avira.cfg label Boot from BitDefender menu label Boot from BitDefender kernel /BitDefender/casper/vmlinuz append file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper initrd=/BitDefender/casper/initrd.gz splash vga=791 live-media-path=/BitDefender/casper lang=en label Kaspersky Rescue Disk menu Kaspersky Rescue Disk. KERNEL /KRD10/boot/rescue INITRD /KRD10/boot/rescue.igz APPEND root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc looptype=squashfs loop=/KRD10/image.squashfs nodevfs cdroot kav_lang=en udev aufs quiet noresume doscsi label safecd menu label Panda SafeDisk 2010 kernel /isolinux/vesamenu.c32 APPEND /isolinux/panda.cfg
  4. Extract Kaspersky Rescue Disk to DVD_root\KDR10\ Move file DVD_root\KDR10\livecd to DVD_root\livecd and move directory DVD_root\KDR10\rescue\ to DVD_root\rescue\ label Kaspersky Rescue Disk menu Kaspersky Rescue Disk. KERNEL /KRD10/boot/rescue INITRD /KRD10/boot/rescue.igz APPEND root=/dev/ram0 init=/linuxrc looptype=squashfs loop=/KRD10/image.squashfs nodevfs cdroot kav_lang=en udev aufs quiet noresume doscsi Added: There is a cheat code subdir= to define a subdir http://reboot.pro/11063/page__view__findpost__p__97650 Thanks cdob. That didnt work when I press enter on the menu item it just reloads the menu like it cant find something. I'll read more into that reboot.pro link you send me and see what I can find.
  5. All cheatcodes relates to distribution and version. Different distribution may use different settings. BackTrack seem to relate to Ubuntu http://tazbuntu.blogspot.com/2009/07/multiboot-links.html Cheatcode live-media-path does work. http://forum.hackfromacave.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=185 http://grml.org/online-docs/live-initramfs.en.7.html Extract BackTrack 5 to directory DVD_root\BT5\ Use isolinux.cfg label BackTrack 5 Text Mode menu label BackTrack Text - Default Boot Text Mode kernel /BT5/casper/vmlinuz append file=/cdrom/BT5/preseed/custom.seed boot=casper initrd=/BT5/casper/initrd.gz live-media-path=BT5/casper text splash vga=791-- Very good info and worked like a charm! Acutally I assumed this already. Don't use security software from third party releases. Yea I realize my mistakes in doing that now. I downloaded all the ISOs from their respective providers and have gotten most of them to work. In working with GDATA it looks like it actually wants a registration code so I am dropping that since we dont own a license to it. I have all but the Kaspersky disk working. I found this post but it related to GRUB4DOS and ideally I would like this to be only and ISOLINUX disk. Digging deeper it looks like this may be an ubuntu gentoo distro similar to backtrack I am going to see what I can find for "cheat codes" for that as well.
  6. Yes, some file names are hard coded: /live/GDATA.squashfs Hence the "keep default names" This directory and file names are searched at boot. If this files are missing, booting fails. Avoid changing directory and file names. Yes, you may change kernel and initrd, if you adjust isolinux.cfg accordingly. There are some cheatcodes to set a directory name or image name, example Knoppix I will definitely check out the cheatcodes, I was hoping that if I copied the already existing file structure and the boot entries in DLC's cfg files that it should just work--apparently not my case but I am still digging. From where I stand I am still thinking that my mkisofs command is off BUT I certainly do not claim to be an expert so very good possibility that I could be wrong. At this point I'm not sure if I'd be better off downloading all these disks separately and trying everything myself or stick it out with the already established DLC source. I went though and tested everything from the source (DLC cd) and all of the virus scans do work I was just having problems since there wasn't anything on my virtual hard disk, basically I have just been using VMware to test my ISOs.
  7. I got backtrack working by moving all the files in the original ISO to the root with the exception of the isolinux folder so I am guessing there may be something hard coded into it that looks to the root. Also I am maybe wondering if some of these virus scanners aren't vmware compatible (testing in a blank VM on ESXi so I am going to burn a disk and see which ones work on a real PC and which do not. I don't think it could be something so simple but wishful thinking I guess.
  8. Ok I extracted the files from the rock ridge portion of the both disks (DLC2011 and Backtrack5) and used the mkisofs command you suggested and looks like I have the same error in backtrack and gdata. Any other ideas?
  9. Thanks cdob I'll give that a try today and post results.
  10. Update: tried this mkisofs command with better results but still no love mkisofs -o GEAR-DVD.iso -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -l -allow-leading-dots -relaxed-filenames -joliet-long -max-iso9660-filenames -D -R -J -T -v DVD_root
  11. I am expanding on ISOLINUX multiboot CD to DVD and am having some trouble. This post explains my setup thus far and I will explain which apps I am adding and how. Here is a list is live cds I am attempting to add to my ISO Backtrack 5 GDATA BitDefender AVG Rescue CD Panda-Safe-CD Kaspersky-Rescue-Disk-2010 Avira Basically I am trying to take the freeware virus removal tools from DLC Super Multi Boot 2011 DVD and add them to my current CD (now to be DVD). I am thinking it is a problem with my mkisofs command since I am basically copying the .cfg and directory structure verbatim from the DLC disk. Below is my mkisofs command (being run from Windows with cygwin). mkisofs -o GEAR-DVD.iso -iso-level 4 -N -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table DVD_root Just for reference here are some of my cfg file entries for Backtrack & GDATA Backtrack5: label DEFAULT menu label BackTrack Text - Default Boot Text Mode kernel /BT5/casper/vmlinuz append file=/cdrom/BT5/preseed/custom.seed boot=casper initrd=/BT5/casper/initrd.gz text splash vga=791-- GDATA: label GDATA menu label ^1. GDATA kernel /GDATA/linux26 append ramdisk_size=100000 init=/linuxrc apm=power-off vga=791 initrd=/GDATA/minirt26.gz nomce lang=en_GB.UTF-8 I am also having trouble with a few of the other AVs which is why it leads me to think that it is a mkisofs problem rather that an ISOLINUX problem as well as the fact that both sources where i got these files were also ISOLINUX based. I will attach two screenshots of the errors I get. What do you all think mkisofs misconfiguration, incorrect entries in ISOLINUX.CFG, or something completely different?