on 10/5/2012 7:16 PM Chandana De Silva spake the following: > Hello All, > > I need to create a slightly modified Centos 6.3 Net Install ISO. The > modification is trivial, (a default kickstart in isolinux.cfg). I have > created a new ISO by loopback mounting the original, copying to a new > directory, editing and using mkisofs, and it works as expected. > > This is how I made the new ISO: > > <code> > cd my_install_directory > sudo mkisofs -o ~/centos63-ks.iso -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c > isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -R -J > -v -T . > </code> > > However, I an unable to copy this new ISO into a USB disk using dd, in > the same manner as the original net install iso. I believe this is > because the new ISO does not include an MBR. How do I include an MBR in > the new ISO, so that it can be transferred to a USB disk via DD, in the > same way as the original ? > > Thanks in advance > > Chandana > Can't you just modify the usb device after you create it?