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Clonezilla-SysRescCD

Documentation: Creating a Restore DVD - Part 1

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25/05/2010 - v 3.1.0

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Last update: 16/07/2010

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10/08/2010 - v 3.1.0

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Last update: 13/08/2010

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Then the program will display the command that will be executed and will ask me to press ENTER.

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-Due to limitations of mkisofs, the script can't create a ISO file which is over 4,5 gigabytes in size. It causes problems if the size of your image is over 4,4 gigabytes. Clonezilla-SysRescCD contains a workaround that creates a ISO file that contains no image, so you can add the image manually later. This dialog asks if you want to do so. Note that if you see this dialog, you most likely need a dual layer DVD+R or Blu-ray disc to burn the image. Growisofs doesn't support multisession burning on dual layer DVD-R discs, so such disc can't be used either.

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Screen "Excessive Image Size" [^]

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+(Note to Jyrki: This screen is to inform the user that the image is larger than a 4.4GB DVD)

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Screen "Customization section" [^]


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-If you have above enabled the workaround to create a ISO file without any image, you get the info screen, which explains the actions to be taken in order to burn the ISO file and add the iamge file to the DVD. A script file is also saved as /tmp/burnISO.
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-When the disk image is successfully created, I must reboot in order to burn the disc because my DVD burner is still in use. Clonezilla Live can be loaded into computer memory during boot in order to be able to burn disc(s) within it. However, due to a known bug, the disk image can't be created if Clonezilla Live has been loaded into memory. (source) Thus, I press 1 and ENTER to reboot to another operating system and burn the image using graphical burning program. For instructions, follow one of these links:
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-If the ISO file contains the disk image
-If the ISO file contains no image
-If you've created a ZIP file

+When the disk image is successfully created, I must reboot in order to burn the disc because my DVD burner is still in use. Clonezilla Live can be loaded into computer memory during boot in order to be able to burn disc(s) within it. However, due to a known bug, the disk image can't be created if Clonezilla Live has been loaded into memory. (source) Thus, I press 1 and ENTER to reboot to another operating system and burn the image using graphical burning program. Follow this link for instructions. If you've created a ZIP file, follow this one instead.