I recognized that I can use uncompressed images too...
You can, yes..
Thats's good. It saves some seconds ;-)
Pperhaps the ubcd doesn't like uncompressed images
and tries first to uncompress... ?
And it would be recommendable only to use gziped "%disk%.igz" files with the "igz" extension...
I mean, _if_ UBCD tries first to uncompress and perhaps wait for a timout
and then UBCD loads the file as a "normal" img file. In this case it might
be better to use compressed files by default... anyway...
You could. The thing to bare in mind is that isolinux only accepts 8.3 file names. [...]
Good to know, but I still have an other question which belongs
to the *.img, *.gz or *.igz files
Does anybody know a program which is able to build 1.44/2.88 MB
*.img files from a subdirectory and from the command-prompt to
use it in a batch-file? I can't use WinImage or theese kind
of BUI-based programs and WinImage can't build from the command-prompt.
Of course it has command-line options, but I have to answer
the upcoming MessageBoxes and its not easy to handle boot disks
Perhaps similar to dd, but not from a device. I need to build this
*.img files from a subdirectory.
Or does anybody know how can I realize this with dd?