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Thread: Creating BT3 DVD

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    Default Creating BT3 DVD

    Hi!

    Has anyone tried to create a DVD from the USB/DVD copy?
    I am wondering how this can be made.

    Thanks!

    [Been waiting for this for months .... finally see some light now Thanks!!]

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    Use the script make_iso.sh located in the BT3 directory to make an ISO. See "Adding modules to BackTrack in Linux" in the BackTrack Wiki for an example (bottom of that page).

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    Hi level,

    Thanks for the tip.

    Just need to replay the slax to BT3
    Nowadays, DVDs are common. So I will probably play with the DVD version.

    Edit the make_iso.bat under the BT3 folder. I have included a sample below.
    ############################

    BT3\tools\WIN\mkisofs.exe @BT3\tools\WIN\config -o "%1" -A "%CDLABEL%" -V "%CDLABEL%" .

    ################################


    Run the batch file with the destination ISO file name and that should do it.

    Have fun! I am going to try burn it to my mini DVD now

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    i read that guide but i still dont get it tho. its shown how to do it if u already in bt. Im in windows. How do i load all those files? do i run that in dos or what? im so lost right now. I never had problems booting from iso using vmware. But this is different... its just bunch of files. I dont get it how can i create a bootable .iso. Anyone? i kno i sound mad lame but i tried even makin bootable iso with nero. Seemed fine.. but when i loaded that iso in vmware got error... cannot boot cd code 5 or something like that. Its so frustrating :|

    edit: finally got it ... was using make_iso.bat and pressing enter in cmd instead of make_iso.bat c:\bt.iso ...

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    (He was doing that under windows - .BAT are Windows Batch files, the equivalent of a Linux .BIN file)

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    Its really a good idea. Now I can edit my preference and make the iso when I want to. And its convenient to boot from a USB pendrive.

    Wonderful!

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    Default Whats wrong with my iso bat file??Cannot get iso file

    Whats wrong with my iso bat file??Cannot get iso file where should i put the destination where the iso will be made in iso.bat file this is under win..This is what i have
    A parameter is required - target ISO file.
    Example: "C:\Users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.b at" c:\bt3.iso
    Where should i put in the C:\Users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.ba t" c:\bt3.iso

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    Quote Originally Posted by falken00 View Post
    Whats wrong with my iso bat file??Cannot get iso file where should i put the destination where the iso will be made in iso.bat file this is under win..This is what i have
    A parameter is required - target ISO file.
    Example: "C:\Users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.b at" c:\bt3.iso
    Where should i put in the C:\Users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.ba t" c:\bt3.iso
    start>run

    type cmd

    cd Users\Marten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\

    make_iso.bat c:\bt3.iso

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    Default ok got wrong syntax for file

    cd users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.bat c:\bt3.iso

    I think i am to stupid, or tired...

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    Default OK here goes i started all over

    when i run the make iso bat i get this message
    A parameter is required - target ISO file.
    Example: "c:\Users\Mårten\Desktop\bt3b141207\BT3\make_iso.b at" c:\target.iso
    OK where to put this info in the bat file or where???

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