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I copied a RHEL4u5 DVD to my hard disk, modified isolinux.cfg to default to my kickstart script, copied the kickstart script over, grabbed the boot sector from the original DVD ...
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    Creaqting kickstart DVD - "Image checksum error, sorry"


    I copied a RHEL4u5 DVD to my hard disk, modified isolinux.cfg to default to my kickstart script, copied the kickstart script over, grabbed the boot sector from the original DVD with Imgburn, and then burned a bootable disc with Imgburn. I get the isolinux "Image checksum error, sorry..." message. Google finds a lot of people asking this question, and an awful lot of goofy answers, so I must point out that A) I do not need to update my BIOS... a copy of the DVD that has not been modified boots just fine, and B) that I do not need to "update my software", as I'm already using the most recent version of Imgburn. I just wanted to get a couple of the most frequently blindly-offered "answers" out of the way

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