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Hi, I want to edit initrd located in /isolinux/ directory of fedora 6's dvd-iso... Actually i want to edit a file located on initrd. It's loader in /sbin which loads ...
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    I want to edit initrd located on fedora 6's dvd-iso


    Hi,
    I want to edit initrd located in /isolinux/ directory of fedora 6's dvd-iso...
    Actually i want to edit a file located on initrd. It's loader in /sbin which loads all da modules. Let me know if someone's having any suggestion.

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    presumably the dvd is read-only: you can make a copy elsewhere, and edit that: to change it on a dvd, you'll need to use a dvd-writer
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    Smile Thank you for the reply but here the problem is a bit different

    Quote Originally Posted by tpl
    presumably the dvd is read-only: you can make a copy elsewhere, and edit that: to change it on a dvd, you'll need to use a dvd-writer
    Hi,
    I have extracted the dvd-iso and have also copied the isolinux directory to my hard drive and have extracted the initrd from initrd.img using gunzip and cpio and now i want to edit /sbin/init and /sbin/loader located in initrd.img. These are ELF 32-bit LSB so, 386, v1 (SYSV), stripped.

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