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Problem getting Fedora DVD ISO image script working

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Hi all,

 

I've been looking for a DVD iso of the Fedora Core 1 release...

 

I've found a script that is suppose to take the iso images and create a new DVD iso file... but that cause me 2 problems...

The script --->ftp://people.redhat.com/ckloiber/mkdvdiso.sh

1-I don't have linux installed.... the script is a bash script...

2-I did a quick install of Mandrake 8.2 on my laptop... to found out that the script is NOT working....

 

The output is :

-------------------------------output-----------------------

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

: command not found

'/mkdvdiso.sh: line 25: syntax error near unexpected token '{

'/mkdvdiso.sh: line 25: 'cleanup() {

------------------end----------------------------

 

Can you fix me the script?!?

thx :P if you can't then :

Is there a way to create the files in windows???

Or is there a place I can download a DVD iso???

 

Thx

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The script has errors

beginning at the first line

#/bin/bash must be #!/bin/bash

and I think at the line with mkisofs there is one punkt it shuldn't be there

but I'm not sure

Maybe there are other errors too.

I hope that will help you

Regards Dimitar

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thx...

 

As soon as I get home tonight I'll add the ! (didn't see this one....)

 

I'll also check the file because it was saved from a windows computer so someone told me he already had similar error because of the end of line characters windows add....

 

I'll be back with the sucess or failure of this...

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ok, fixed the script..

 

it extracted all the files.. and patchs the one that were necessary...

 

but now, mkisofs crashes with a segmentation fault... when trying to write the directory tree...

 

I've found something about mkisofs crashing when having too much files...

 

Is there a way around this?

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