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Old 01-16-2008, 08:23 AM
ŔĹúŠ┤¬ń╣ż
 
Default how to update install CD ?

Hello, everyone:
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* I want to add new rpm into install cd .
I have searched the answer on the net and done it
like what they have said.
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* But when I use the cd I made to install OS, It told me that
" The CentOS-4 i386 CD was not found in any of your CDROM drivers.
Please insert the CentOS-4 i386 cd and press OK to retry". I don't know
why. Could anyone help ?

┬* The following is the step :
pkgorder --product CentOS┬* /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
genhdlist --productpath=CentOS /data/OWLinux
pkgorder --product CentOS┬* /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile

buildinstall --pkgorder /data/pkgfile
--version "4"
--product "CentOS"
--release "1"
--prodpath CentOS /data/OWLinux

mkisofs -J -R -v -T -o ./CentOS.iso -V CentOS-4 -b
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* -boot-load-size 4┬* -boot-info-table ./CentOS/


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Old 01-16-2008, 01:54 PM
James Pearson
 
Default how to update install CD ?

Hello, everyone:
I want to add new rpm into install cd .
I have searched the answer on the net and done it
like what they have said.
But when I use the cd I made to install OS, It told me that
" The CentOS-4 i386 CD was not found in any of your CDROM drivers.

Please insert the CentOS-4 i386 cd and press OK to retry". I don't know
why. Could anyone help ?

The following is the step :
pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
genhdlist --productpath=CentOS /data/OWLinux
pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile

buildinstall --pkgorder /data/pkgfile
--version "4"
--product "CentOS"
--release "1"
--prodpath CentOS /data/OWLinux

mkisofs -J -R -v -T -o ./CentOS.iso -V CentOS-4 -b
isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot
-boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table ./CentOS/


In the above commands you are using /data/CentOS for the pkgorder and
genhdlist, and /data/OWLinux with buildinstall - so you might not
actually be making a CD of install you've just created ...


Are there any errors from the buildinstall process?

Also, I'm not sure why you are running pkgorder twice - I re-build the
installer by running genhdlist, pkgorder and then genhdlist again with
the output from pkgorder before running buildinstall


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Old 01-16-2008, 02:14 PM
Matt Hyclak
 
Default how to update install CD ?

On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 02:54:30PM +0000, James Pearson enlightened us:
> > I want to add new rpm into install cd .
> >I have searched the answer on the net and done it
> >like what they have said.
> > But when I use the cd I made to install OS, It told me that
> >" The CentOS-4 i386 CD was not found in any of your CDROM drivers.
> >Please insert the CentOS-4 i386 cd and press OK to retry". I don't know
> >why. Could anyone help ?
> >
> > The following is the step :
> >pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
> >genhdlist --productpath=CentOS /data/OWLinux
> >pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
> >
> >buildinstall --pkgorder /data/pkgfile
> >--version "4"
> >--product "CentOS"
> >--release "1"
> >--prodpath CentOS /data/OWLinux
> >
> >mkisofs -J -R -v -T -o ./CentOS.iso -V CentOS-4 -b
> > isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot
> > -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table ./CentOS/
>
> In the above commands you are using /data/CentOS for the pkgorder and
> genhdlist, and /data/OWLinux with buildinstall - so you might not
> actually be making a CD of install you've just created ...
>
> Are there any errors from the buildinstall process?
>
> Also, I'm not sure why you are running pkgorder twice - I re-build the
> installer by running genhdlist, pkgorder and then genhdlist again with
> the output from pkgorder before running buildinstall
>

Most likely you are missing the .discinfo file.

Matt

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Old 01-17-2008, 05:44 AM
"dhongqian"
 
Default how to update install CD ?

Hello,everyone:
┬*┬*┬*┬*I'm sorry that "/data/OWLinux" ┬* is my written mistake.
┬*
Now It can find the cd, but the cd┬*does not
match┬*my boot media.
┬*
┬*┬*┬*┬* " No CentOS CD was found which
matches your boot media. Please insert
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* the CentOS CD and
press OK to┬* retry".
┬*
Why?
┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬* My discinfo is :
┬*

1200551587.126943
CentOS-4
i386
1,2,3
CentOS/base
CentOS/RPMS
CentOS/pixmaps
┬*
the original discinfo is :
┬*

CentOS-4┬*i386
i386
1,2,3
CentOS/base
CentOS/RPMS
CentOS/pixmaps
┬*
the discinfo is generate by the buildinstall.
┬*
My step is that:
┬*

genhdlist┬*--productpath=CentOS┬*/data/centos
┬*
pkgorder┬*--product┬*CentOS┬*/data/centos/┬*CentOS┬*>┬*/data/pkgfile
┬*
buildinstall┬*--pkgorder┬*/data/pkgfile┬*
--version┬*"4"┬*
--product┬*"CentOS"┬*
--release┬*"CentOS-4"┬*
--prodpath┬*CentOS┬*/data/centos┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*

┬*
┬*
2008-01-17


dhongqian



ňĆĹń╗Âń║║´╝Ü Matt Hyclak
ňĆĹÚÇüŠŚÂÚŚ┤´╝Ü 2008-01-16┬* 23:14:22

ŠöÂń╗Âń║║´╝Ü The CentOS developers
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ńŞ╗Úóś´╝Ü Re: [CentOS-devel] how to
update install CD ?


On┬*Wed,┬*Jan┬*16,┬*2008┬*at┬*02:54:30PM┬*+0000,┬* James┬*Pearson┬*enlightened┬*us:
>┬*>┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*I┬*want┬*to┬*add┬*new┬*rpm┬*into ┬*install┬*cd┬*.
>┬*>I┬*have┬*searched┬*the┬*answer┬*on┬*the┬*net┬* and┬*done┬*it┬*
>┬*>like┬*what┬*they┬*have┬*said.
>┬*>┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*But┬*when┬*I┬*use┬*the┬*cd┬*I┬*m ade┬*to┬*install┬*OS,┬*It┬*told┬*me┬*that┬*
>┬*>"┬*The┬*CentOS-4┬*i386┬*CD┬*was┬*not┬*found┬*in┬*any┬*of┬*your┬*C DROM┬*drivers.
>┬*>Please┬*insert┬*the┬*CentOS-4┬*i386┬*cd┬*and┬*press┬*OK┬*to┬*retry".┬*I┬*don't ┬*know
>┬*>why.┬*Could┬*anyone┬*help┬*?
>┬*>
>┬*>┬*┬*The┬*following┬*is┬*the┬*step┬*:
>┬*>pkgorder┬*--product┬*CentOS┬*┬*/data/CentOS/┬*CentOS┬*>┬*/data/pkgfile
>┬*>genhdlist┬*--productpath=CentOS┬*/data/OWLinux
>┬*>pkgorder┬*--product┬*CentOS┬*┬*/data/CentOS/┬*CentOS┬*>┬*/data/pkgfile
>┬*>
>┬*>buildinstall┬*--pkgorder┬*/data/pkgfile┬*
>┬*>--version┬*"4"┬*
>┬*>--product┬*"CentOS"┬*
>┬*>--release┬*"1"┬*
>┬*>--prodpath┬*CentOS┬*/data/OWLinux
>┬*>
>┬*>mkisofs┬*-J┬*-R┬*-v┬*-T┬*-o┬*./CentOS.iso┬*-V┬*CentOS-4┬*-b┬*
>┬*>┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*isolinux/isolinux.bin┬*-c┬*isolinux/boot.cat┬*-no-emul-boot┬*
>┬*>┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*┬*-boot-load-size┬*4┬*┬*-boot-info-table┬*./CentOS/
>┬*
>┬*In┬*the┬*above┬*commands┬*you┬*are┬*using┬*/data/CentOS┬*for┬*the┬*pkgorder┬*and┬*
>┬*genhdlist,┬*and┬*/data/OWLinux┬*with┬*buildinstall┬*-┬*so┬*you┬*might┬*not┬*
>┬*actually┬*be┬*making┬*a┬*CD┬*of┬*install┬*you'v e┬*just┬*created┬*...
>┬*
>┬*Are┬*there┬*any┬*errors┬*from┬*the┬*buildinstal l┬*process?
>┬*
>┬*Also,┬*I'm┬*not┬*sure┬*why┬*you┬*are┬*running┬* pkgorder┬*twice┬*-┬*I┬*re-build┬*the┬*
>┬*installer┬*by┬*running┬*genhdlist,┬*pkgorder┬*a nd┬*then┬*genhdlist┬*again┬*with┬*
>┬*the┬*output┬*from┬*pkgorder┬*before┬*running┬*b uildinstall
>┬*

Most┬*likely┬*you┬*are┬*missing┬*the┬*.discinfo┬*f ile.

Matt

--┬*
Matt┬*Hyclak
Department┬*of┬*Mathematics┬*
Department┬*of┬*Social┬*Work
Ohio┬*University
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Old 01-18-2008, 10:10 AM
Johnny Hughes
 
Default how to update install CD ?

dhongqian wrote:
> Hello,everyone:
> I'm sorry that "/data/OWLinux" is my written mistake.
>
> Now It can find the cd, but the cd does not match my boot media.
>
> " No CentOS CD was found which matches your boot media. Please insert
> the CentOS CD and press OK to retry".
>
> Why?
> My discinfo is :
>
> 1200551587.126943
> CentOS-4
> i386
> 1,2,3
> CentOS/base
> CentOS/RPMS
> CentOS/pixmaps
>
> the original discinfo is :
>
> CentOS-4 i386
> i386
> 1,2,3
> CentOS/base
> CentOS/RPMS
> CentOS/pixmaps
>
> the discinfo is generate by the buildinstall.
>
> My step is that:
>
> genhdlist --productpath=CentOS /data/centos
>
> pkgorder --product CentOS /data/centos/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
>
> buildinstall --pkgorder /data/pkgfile
> --version "4"
> --product "CentOS"
> --release "CentOS-4"
> --prodpath CentOS /data/centos
>
>
>
> 2008-01-17
>
>
>
> dhongqian
>
>
>

When you use buildinstall, you are creating a new distro spin. You
should get a new set of install images generated (in the /images
directory) and a new boot.iso. You can not use the old boot.iso or
images directory (from the CentOS tree) anymore as the time stamps are
different.

The reason is that the initrd images (on all the CDs, the boot.iso CD,
the pxeinstall dir, the pen drive .img file, etc.) and the .discinfo
files on the CDs must all contain the same timestamp, and a new one is
generated when you run buildinstall.

1200551587.126943 is the timestamp on the one that you posted, the one
for centos-4.6 is 1195488871.805863 (that is the i386 version, each arch
has it's own timestamp when buildinstall was run). I am not sure all
the places this is checked for inside the install initrd image by anaconda.

I do not easily see a way to pass in a timestamp to buildinstall, here
is all the documentation I can find about it:

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda/BuildInstall

It is possible to edit the initrd.img file (and the boot.iso) to contain
a different timestamp, though I have personally never done this. Google
knows how

Also, here is the script that is in use by CentOS to build CentOS-4 from
the tree (this one was when the CentOS version was 4.3, but it is the same:

http://mirror.centos.org/centos/4/build/distro/build.sh.txt

Regardless, this is not easy to do. It is even harder if you want the
items you produce to also still use other CentOS install media that
already exist. Unless you REALLY need to have your programs on the CD,
the best bet is to use the normal CentOS CDs and create a separate repo
and use yum to install your programs after the fact.

Thanks,
Johnny Hughes


> ňĆĹń╗Âń║║´╝Ü Matt Hyclak
> ňĆĹÚÇüŠŚÂÚŚ┤´╝Ü 2008-01-16 23:14:22
> ŠöÂń╗Âń║║´╝Ü The CentOS developers mailing list.
> ŠŐäÚÇü´╝Ü
> ńŞ╗Úóś´╝Ü Re: [CentOS-devel] how to update install CD ?
>
> On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 02:54:30PM +0000, James Pearson enlightened us:
>>> I want to add new rpm into install cd .
>>> I have searched the answer on the net and done it
>>> like what they have said.
>>> But when I use the cd I made to install OS, It told me that
>>> " The CentOS-4 i386 CD was not found in any of your CDROM drivers.
>>> Please insert the CentOS-4 i386 cd and press OK to retry". I don't know
>>> why. Could anyone help ?
>>>
>>> The following is the step :
>>> pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
>>> genhdlist --productpath=CentOS /data/OWLinux
>>> pkgorder --product CentOS /data/CentOS/ CentOS > /data/pkgfile
>>>
>>> buildinstall --pkgorder /data/pkgfile
>>> --version "4"
>>> --product "CentOS"
>>> --release "1"
>>> --prodpath CentOS /data/OWLinux
>>>
>>> mkisofs -J -R -v -T -o ./CentOS.iso -V CentOS-4 -b
>>> isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot
>>> -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table ./CentOS/
>> In the above commands you are using /data/CentOS for the pkgorder and
>> genhdlist, and /data/OWLinux with buildinstall - so you might not
>> actually be making a CD of install you've just created ...
>>
>> Are there any errors from the buildinstall process?
>>
>> Also, I'm not sure why you are running pkgorder twice - I re-build the
>> installer by running genhdlist, pkgorder and then genhdlist again with
>> the output from pkgorder before running buildinstall
>>
> Most likely you are missing the .discinfo file.
> Matt


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