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 <​code>​genisoimage -o gPXEimage.iso -b isolinux.bin -no-emul-boot \ <​code>​genisoimage -o gPXEimage.iso -b isolinux.bin -no-emul-boot \
 -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -J ~/​filesToBurn/</​code>​ -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -J ~/​filesToBurn/</​code>​
-If that doesn'​t work, try substituting genisoimage for mkisofs+If that doesn'​t work, try substituting genisoimage for mkisofs
 If you aren't planning on using the disk on a windows machine, feel free to use the "​-r"​ flag rather than "​-J"​ If you aren't planning on using the disk on a windows machine, feel free to use the "​-r"​ flag rather than "​-J"​
  
 You should now have an iso image gPXEimage.iso in the current directory, which you can write to a disk using your favourite CD-burning software. You should then be able to both boot gPXE and read files from the CD. You should now have an iso image gPXEimage.iso in the current directory, which you can write to a disk using your favourite CD-burning software. You should then be able to both boot gPXE and read files from the CD.

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