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boot-big.fs too big (fwd)


trying to create my own NetBSD/i386 iso image with mkisofs, noticed that 
boot-big.fs is way too big to emulate a floppy and that's why I had to 
use the -no-emul-boot to create the image properly.

However, when I try to boot, I get the following message:

"Please remove disk 2, insert disk 1, and press return..."

I used to create NetBSD iso images before without problems, following 
the good documentation found at:

But from a long time, I didn't need to do this, and maybe I should 
have missed something. Is this documentation up to date with 5.0?

Actually, I don't know if this is the right mailing list I should write, 
altought I think it's applicable to some others.

Thank you.

Daniel Bolgheroni <>
FEI - Faculdade de Engenharia Industrial

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