Size of boot image is 4 sectors -> No emulation
The boot image is created on the special file </path/file>. If --device is not specified, /dev/fd0 is used.
The name of the file.
Display the process(image creation)on screen.
The version of your kernel.
Verification of file and its size( "ls -lh"):
[root@Mandrake tmpfs]# ls -lh
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2,0M mar 17 12:22 cdbootdisk.iso
It still remains burn our image on a CD-R or CD-RW. For that we'll use the command "cdrecord".
Note that: since kernel version 2.6, the CD/DVDBurners are no longer emulated as "SCSI" devices as it was the case for the 2.4 kernel. Thus we no longer need to use the command "cdrecord-scanbus" to determine the parameters to pass to the "dev=", simply enter the direct path to your device, such as "dev=/dev/hdd".
For those who wish to use a CD-RW, start by erasing oit: