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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Any hope for LMDE ? I tried it as linuxmint.iso and it didn't believe me. thx!
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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Call it mintdebian.iso instead. There's a separate plugin for LMDE in particular.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Kubuntu?
    Xubuntu?
    Lubuntu?
    Elive Ubuntu?


    I want to make a ubuntu complete disc. Can I assume that the other *buntu will work with your multicd program?

    Also, when is a GUI going to be made?

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Hi, I need advice, I don't know what should I do...
    I don't have installed linux at machine, I use public PC, but I started Fedora Live CD and here is my problem at using of multicd script:

    Code:
    [root@localhost multicd]# 
    [root@localhost multicd]# chmod +x multicd*.sh
    [root@localhost multicd]# sudo ./multicd*.sh
    Made a link named puppy.iso pointing to lupu-puppy-511.iso (version puppy-511)
    Made a link named slax.iso pointing to slax-6.1.2.iso (version 6.1.2)
    Made a link named ubuntu_32_bit.iso pointing to ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso (version 10.10)
    Puppy Linux
    Slax
    Ubuntu (32-bit)
    Memtest86+
    
    Continuing in 2 seconds - press Ctrl+C to cancel
    Copying Puppy...
    Copying Slax...
    Copying Ubuntu (32-bit)...
    Downloading SYSLINUX...
    ./multicd-6.1.1.sh: line 1598: wget: command not found
    You have new mail in /var/spool/mail/root
    [root@localhost multicd]# gedit /var/spool/mail/root
    
    [root@localhost multicd]# chmod +x multicd*.sh
    [root@localhost multicd]# sudo ./multicd*.sh
    Puppy Linux
    Slax
    Ubuntu (32-bit)
    Memtest86+
    
    Continuing in 2 seconds - press Ctrl+C to cancel
    Copying Puppy...
    Copying Slax...
    Copying Ubuntu (32-bit)...
    Downloading SYSLINUX...
    ./multicd-6.1.1.sh: line 1598: wget: command not found
    [root@localhost multicd]#
    here is screenshot of this line 1598 in file: http://i54.tinypic.com/2qjvy2r.png (I don't understand why wget command when I have already downloaded syslinux4.03)
    here is screenshot what i have in folder, several linux: http://i54.tinypic.com/293ttug.png
    Last edited by asteriks; November 15th, 2010 at 02:58 PM.

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    hm, I installed wget and changed multicd-6.1.1..sh in line 1598, it should be:
    wget -qO syslinux.tar.gz ftp://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils...ux-4.03.tar.gz
    but problem is that now SH script recognized only Slax and Ubuntu, nothing else, here is code and screenshot, now I need just advice how to recognize other distros and not only slax and ubuntu?
    screenshot show you many distros and final multicd.iso file, 876MB: http://i52.tinypic.com/349e3ow.png
    code:
    Code:
    [root@localhost multicd]# chmod +x multicd*.sh
    [root@localhost multicd]# sudo ./multicd*.sh
    Made a link named slax.iso pointing to slax-6.1.2.iso (version 6.1.2)
    Made a link named ubuntu_32_bit.iso pointing to ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso (version 10.10)
    Slax
    Ubuntu (32-bit)
    Memtest86+
    
    Continuing in 2 seconds - press Ctrl+C to cancel
    Copying Slax...
    Copying Ubuntu (32-bit)...
    Downloading SYSLINUX...
    Unpacking and copying files...
    Downloading memtest86+ 4.10 from memtest.org...
    Writing isolinux.cfg...
    Building CD image...
    [root@localhost multicd]#

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Quote Originally Posted by asteriks View Post
    hm, I installed wget and changed multicd-6.1.1..sh in line 1598, it should be:
    wget -qO syslinux.tar.gz ftp://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils...ux-4.03.tar.gz
    but problem is that now SH script recognized only Slax and Ubuntu, nothing else, here is code and screenshot, now I need just advice how to recognize other distros and not only slax and ubuntu?
    screenshot show you many distros and final multicd.iso file, 876MB: http://i52.tinypic.com/349e3ow.png
    code:
    Code:
    [root@localhost multicd]# chmod +x multicd*.sh
    [root@localhost multicd]# sudo ./multicd*.sh
    Made a link named slax.iso pointing to slax-6.1.2.iso (version 6.1.2)
    Made a link named ubuntu_32_bit.iso pointing to ubuntu-10.10-desktop-i386.iso (version 10.10)
    Slax
    Ubuntu (32-bit)
    Memtest86+
    
    Continuing in 2 seconds - press Ctrl+C to cancel
    Copying Slax...
    Copying Ubuntu (32-bit)...
    Downloading SYSLINUX...
    Unpacking and copying files...
    Downloading memtest86+ 4.10 from memtest.org...
    Writing isolinux.cfg...
    Building CD image...
    [root@localhost multicd]#
    The function for automatically making links (it works with Slax and Ubuntu, among others) is not done yet; also, when a new version comes out it has to be updated. If you want the script to find the other ISO images, name them according to the names I give on http://multicd.tuxfamily.org, i.e. ubcd.iso, puppy.iso.
    Also, the Mandriva and openSUSE live CDs/DVDs are not supported. Hmm... maybe I should add support for those


    @dh0400: Other Ubuntu distros should work with this program. You'll have to call them ubuntu.iso, ubuntu2.iso, ubuntu3.iso, and kubuntu.iso.
    ubuntu2.iso and ubuntu3.iso will both ask for a distro name to be used on the menu if you run multicd with the "i" option:
    Code:
    ./multicd.sh i
    To make ubuntu.iso do this as well, edit plugins/ubuntu.sh (or the single file multicd.sh if you downloaded that) and remove the first "#" from this line:
    Code:
    #echo > $TAGS/ubuntu.needsname #Comment out this line and multicd.sh won't ask for a custom name for this ISO
    so it becomes this:
    Code:
    echo > $TAGS/ubuntu.needsname #Comment out this line and multicd.sh won't ask for a custom name for this ISO

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Just out of curiosity, is this on GitHub or something?
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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Code:
    git clone git://git.tuxfamily.org/gitroot/multicd/multicd.git

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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    Quote Originally Posted by maybeway36 View Post
    Code:
    git clone git://git.tuxfamily.org/gitroot/multicd/multicd.git
    My bad. I somehow skipped it on the website...
    Thanks!
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    Re: multicd.sh - combine Linux ISOS into one

    When I run "sudo ./multicd-6.1.1.sh c i v", I get this (at the end):
    Code:
    ./multicd-6.1.1.sh: line 3461: isohybrid: command not found
    The ISO seems to be OK, though.
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