Type the below lines (each ending with a "\" except the last line) to create a burnable ISO image called sol10x86dvd.iso.
mkisofs -eltorito-boot boot/grub/stage2_eltorito -no-emul-boot \
-boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -r -ldots -disable-deep-relocation \
-full-iso9660-filenames -relaxed-filenames -omit-period \
-omit-version-number -o sol10x86dvd.iso ./sol10dvd
You should see the following output:
Warning: creating filesystem that does not conform to ISO-9660.
Using INTRO000.3TSOL for ./sol10dvd/Solaris_10/ExtraValue/CoBundled/Trusted_Extensions/Packages/ SUNWtsman/reloc/usr/share/man/man3tsol/intro.3tsol (Intro.3tsol)
Size of boot image is 4 sectors -> No emulation
0.36% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:27:06 2007
0.71% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:27:06 2007
1.07% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:28:39 2007
99.26% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:29:27 2007
99.62% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:29:27 2007
99.97% done, estimate finish Sat Sep 1 02:29:28 2007
Total translation table size: 2048
Total rockridge attributes bytes: 435369
Total directory bytes: 2729984
Path table size(bytes): 19082
Max brk space used 3dc000
1405369 extents written (2744 MB)
Finally, insert a blank DVD and burn the ISO image using the commands below. An alternative is to copy the image on a thumb-drive or ftp it to a Windows/Mac machine and burn it using a popular CD/DVD burning application.
priocntl –c RT –e –p 59 cdrw –i sol10x86dvd.iso