New to virtualization - can't use more than one CD when installing a new VM

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On Mon, 27 Jun 2011, Steve Campbell wrote:

> Our company blocks bittorents due to abuse. I believe the DVD ISOs are now
> taking up two DVDs, so I'm not sure how I'd do this either

As I recall, the DVD's were formerly created from a pile of CD

The former script that I used was based on one from:
 	ftp://people.redhat.com/ckloiber/mkdvdiso.sh
but that link (and indeed FTP access to that server) seems to 
have disappeared

Google indicates there was a successor: mkdvd-rhel3u2.sh but 
it may well be that understanding the process, or setting up a 
local install mirror is faster than getting into DVD 
re-authoring

This is an old post, but looks as though it should still work

http://www.redhat.com/archives/psyche-list/2002-October/msg00252.html

... remastering custom install media is not all that hard, but 
it is tricky to diagnose when it fails.  I'll give it a whirl 
using the -graft-points to mkisofs ... I see also in: 
dvd+rw-tools a tool: growisofs which looks promising

-- Russ herrold
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