[CentOS-docs] Edit permissions and CD to DVD procedure

Wed Mar 21 14:36:45 UTC 2007
Phil Schaffner <Philip.R.Schaffner at nasa.gov>

Wiki name PhilSchaffner.  I would like to work on the following pages:

TipsAndTricks/CreatingUpdateMedia - new page
        How to create CD/DVD update media and use to update CentOS

HowTos/BuildPackages - new page
        How to set up an end-user environment to build RPM packages

HowTos/CreateLocalRepos - new page
	How to create and maintain local repo[s] for your custom packages

MigrationGuide - existing page
        Add/modify content from C5 testing, Migration/5, and C3 FAQ "How
        do I migrate a system from WBEL-3 (White Box Enterprise Linux)
        to CentOS 3?"

FAQ/CentOS4 - existing page
        Add FAQ entry on "How do I migrate from an ELx-based distro to
        CentOS4" with link to MigrationGuide

Would also like to see some content in TipsAndTricks/CDtoDVDMedia.  My
attempts to do this have failed to produce a usable DVD.  The firewall
at work precludes using BitTorrent to download anything so it is hard to
get the DVD iso image.  Would be glad to help edit that page also if
someone can provide a hint.  Tried to follow the advice in the thread


that was supposed to result in the above page being filled in.  I can
produce a bootable DVD using the procedure and the referenced script
mkdvdiso.sh (after fixing a syntax error) but attempts to use it to
install die with a complaint about not being able to find the 2nd CD -
at least for the C5 beta.   Has anybody made this work?


---- mkdvdiso.sh patch ----
# diff -u mkdvdiso.sh_orig mkdvdiso.sh
--- mkdvdiso.sh_orig    2007-03-21 10:09:13.000000000 -0400
+++ mkdvdiso.sh 2007-03-05 13:22:05.000000000 -0500
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@
 mkdir -p $LOOP
 mkdir -p $DVD

-if [ !`ls $1/*.iso 2>&1>/dev/null ; echo $?` ]; then
+if [ ! `ls $1/*.iso >&/dev/null ; echo $?` ]; then
        echo "Found ISO CD images..."
        CDS=`expr 0`