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Hi all, I want to create a boot cd that will mount some partitions, copy a file, run lilo, then eject the cd and reboot the computer. Any suggestions how ...
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    Hi all,

    I want to create a boot cd that will mount some partitions, copy a file, run lilo, then eject the cd and reboot the computer.

    Any suggestions how I get started ?

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    what distro you are using and what is use of that type of cd i think you live cd or any type of grub disk from hear
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