Making a bootable ISO using 'mkisofs' under Haiku
I can create a custom bootable ISO of Haiku (with all my own apps, settings, drivers, etc.) within Haiku, but there are some issues.
First I grab a nightly VMware image, fill it with goodies, then grab the nightly ISO with the same revision, and rip the boot floppy image out of it.
Run this command under Haiku:
mkisofs -R -b haiku-boot-floppy.image -c boot.catalog -o /Haiku-Custom.iso /boot
(took me a while to figure the above out, and note, adding the Joilet flag will result in an ISO that doesn't boot)...
Testing the ISO in Qemu, it loads, fine, boots fine, applications load fine, etc.
The only thing, all the applications don't have their icons. Didn't copy the attributes over?
So, does anyone know how I can fix this, what's happening, if this is a bug in mkisofs?