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authorNathan Whitehorn <nwhitehorn@FreeBSD.org>2014-04-27 01:06:02 +0000
committerNathan Whitehorn <nwhitehorn@FreeBSD.org>2014-04-27 01:06:02 +0000
commit457b8af283b08525c6a5b8541bc41ea420c6581c (patch)
tree297f9f9115788b91807d8574c433fd36a5756ad9 /release
parent91c650065a858e65a9842305ce66c9169d2c49f8 (diff)
Add script to setup bootable CD ISOs for both BIOS and EFI systems. Tested
and working on QEMU. Actually using this script as the regular image generator, like with the memstick one, will require that the kernel support EFI too. In particular, the following two things are required: 1. vt(9) be the default console driver 2. vt_efifb and vt_vga be able to coexist usefully in the same kernel One other note here is that this requires newfs_msdos and mdconfig, which is really ugly. NetBSD's makefs at least seems to support FAT now. If that actually works, it should be imported and we can get rid of the mdconfig mess.
Notes: svn path=/head/; revision=264995
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diff --git a/release/amd64/mkisoimages-uefi.sh b/release/amd64/mkisoimages-uefi.sh
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+# Module: mkisoimages.sh
+# Author: Jordan K Hubbard
+# Date: 22 June 2001
+# $FreeBSD$
+# This script is used by release/Makefile to build the (optional) ISO images
+# for a FreeBSD release. It is considered architecture dependent since each
+# platform has a slightly unique way of making bootable CDs. This script
+# is also allowed to generate any number of images since that is more of
+# publishing decision than anything else.
+# Usage:
+# mkisoimages.sh [-b] image-label image-name base-bits-dir [extra-bits-dir]
+# Where -b is passed if the ISO image should be made "bootable" by
+# whatever standards this architecture supports (may be unsupported),
+# image-label is the ISO image label, image-name is the filename of the
+# resulting ISO image, base-bits-dir contains the image contents and
+# extra-bits-dir, if provided, contains additional files to be merged
+# into base-bits-dir as part of making the image.
+if [ "x$1" = "x-b" ]; then
+ # This is highly x86-centric and will be used directly below.
+ bootable="-o bootimage=i386;$4/boot/cdboot -o no-emul-boot"
+ # Make EFI system partition (should be done with makefs in the future)
+ dd if=/dev/zero of=efiboot.img bs=4k count=100
+ device=`mdconfig -a -t vnode -f efiboot.img`
+ newfs_msdos -F 12 -m 0xf8 /dev/$device
+ mkdir efi
+ mount -t msdosfs /dev/$device efi
+ mkdir -p efi/efi/boot
+ cp ${4}/boot/loader.efi efi/efi/boot/bootx64.efi
+ umount efi
+ rmdir efi
+ mdconfig -d -u $device
+ bootable="-o bootimage=i386;efiboot.img -o no-emul-boot $bootable"
+ shift
+ bootable=""
+if [ $# -lt 3 ]; then
+ echo Usage: $0 '[-b] image-label image-name base-bits-dir [extra-bits-dir]'
+ exit 1
+LABEL=`echo $1 | tr '[:lower:]' '[:upper:]'`; shift
+NAME=$1; shift
+publisher="The FreeBSD Project. http://www.FreeBSD.org/"
+echo "/dev/iso9660/$LABEL / cd9660 ro 0 0" > $1/etc/fstab
+makefs -t cd9660 $bootable -o rockridge -o label=$LABEL -o publisher="$publisher" $NAME $*
+rm $1/etc/fstab
+rm -f efiboot.img