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How can I link an ISO into diskemu.cmd?

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graf_morpheus09

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I got a diskemu.cmd with w2kprof, w2k server & some tools as *.ima & *.img.

My Question: How can I link an *.iso into my diskemu.cmd?

On this Iso is a "little" Version of Linux (78 MB) :rolleyes:

Here is my Diskemu.cmd

;
:boot
cls
print
print ------------------------------------------------------
print - Druecke ENTER um von der CD zu booten... -
print ------------------------------------------------------
print
print Du hast 9 sekunden ...
getkey 9 esc
onkey esc boot 80
onkey entr goto start
; When no key found...
goto boot
:start
cls
print
print ===============================
print = Multiboot CD =
print ===============================
print
print 1. Windows 2000 Professional mit integriertem SP4
print 2. Windows 2000 Professional OEMPreinstall
print
print 3. Windows 2000 Server mit integriertem SP4
print 4. Windows 2000 Server SP4 OEMPreinstall
print
print
print 5. Admistrator tools
print
print Esc) Booten von der Festplatte...
print
print r) Neubooten
print
print F1) Hilfe
print
print Druecke eine Taste...
print Du hast 30 Sekunden Zeit
print
print Ansonsten druecke Esc
:mainkey
; timeout is 30 seconds, default key is escape
getkey 30 esc
onkey 1 run WPR1SECT.DAT
onkey 2 run WPROSECT.DAT
onkey 3 run WSR1SECT.DAT
onkey 4 run WSRVSECT.DAT
onkey 5 goto adm
onkey r reboot
onkey f1 goto help
onkey esc boot 80
; When no key found...
goto mainkey
;

:adm
cls
print
print
print ===============================
print = Administrator tools =
print ===============================
print
print 1) PQMagic server
print 2) Aida 16 (System Information)
print 3) F-Prot (Antivirus fuer DOS)
print 4) NTFS Reader fuer DOS
print 5) Offline NT Password & Registry Editor
print
print x) Zurueck zum Hauptmenue
print
print Druecke eine Taste...
:devkey
getkey
onkey 1 run PQserver.ima
onkey 2 run AIDA16.img
onkey 3 run FPROT.img
onkey 4 run NTFSREAD.IMG
onkey 5 run WINDIAG.IMG
onkey x goto start
:help
; Plaziere deine Hilfeanweisungen hier
print
print Multiboot CD
print ----------------------------
print
print Das ist nur ein Test.
print Sollte irgendwas schiefgehen,
print wende dich an JEMAN ANDEREN !!!
print
print
print Test@Test.test
print
print Drücke eine Taste, um zurueck ins Menue zu kommen.
; Danke, dass du mein Versuchskaninchen warst !
print
getkey
goto start
;


Hope, somebody can help :excited:
Bye :)


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Alanoll

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have you tried using teh RUN command with regard to the ISO?

you could also try to rename the ISO to IMG and try the run command aswell

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graf_morpheus09

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Hi.

The run command don`t work. I rename it and try again.

Thanks :)

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i think you have to convert your iso to an ima file, i saw this somewhere in this forum, but i cant find it right now

hope this would be a little help

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Good Idea, Ignis :)

I think, I try it with CloneCd, he save the Files in *.img.

Cooooooool Idea :rolleyes:

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Sorry this would not work :)

If I start this, I got a error:
"No-emulation type image (raw)"

But the Iso is bootable! Why it not works? :cry:

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ok this is all guess-work on my part but anyway...
if your linux cd is anything like the full knoppix cd there is a file boot.img and another file named KNOPPIX (no extension...) now hwat im guessing is that you could load the boot.img from the diskmenu.cmd file and that in turn will load the cd... ofcourse you will have to look inside your iso file if it has these files...

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graf_morpheus09

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Your Idea sounds logic. I try it. Thanks :)


PS: I found this Site: http://bootcd.narod.ru/copyboot.htm

Its Russion, but you can translate in english and german. I don`t need to translate because i can this language :rolleyes:

The Site ist really cool!!

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any luck with this anyone? whats the most popular .IMG conversion app?

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graf_morpheus09

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Sorry, no luck :)

I hasen`t found a program to convert iso, and ather ways don`t help too.

But if you wan`t to make diskimages, use WinImage!




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