Creating an ISO Image (for CD-ROM Installation)

Once your build completed you can turn it into an ISO image using the ./scripts/Create-ISO script. This ISO can be burned straight to a bootable CD-ROM or DVD, or instantly tested in a virtual machine, such as Qemu, Xen, Bochs, VirtualBox, or VMware. To create the ISO just run[3]:

./scripts/Create-ISO mycdset

After burning the mycdset_*.iso files to the media the media number one is bootable.



[3] In versions before T2 7.0 Create-ISO did not default to the 'default' config if no config names were specific. For this T2 versions a config name, such as 'default', needs to be passed explicitly.