genisovh - Make CD-ROMs bootable for SGI MIPS machines
genisovh <isofile> <name:sblock,size> ...
genisovh creates a Disk Volume Header (dvh) on a CD image and records
bootable images therein. This allows the SGI firmware to boot those
images without needing knowledge about the filesystem on the CD image.
Files in the CD image are assumed to be contiguous.
isofile The CD image filename.
name:sblock,size The name which shows up in the Disk Volume Header,
followed by the starting block of the file and the number of bytes it
occupies. This argument can be given several times to provide boot
alternatives. The blocks are 512 byte long.
This manual page was written by Thiemo Seufer <firstname.lastname@example.org-
stuttgart.de>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
February 24, 2004