We are looking for a Linux expert that can help us create a *SIMPLE* process/script to create bootable ISO images of our HA Asterisk Linux Server installs on the fly.
I have custom built servers (HA setup) I need to deploy and I do not want to use imaging software or a PXE imaging server/software setup.
This project centers around:
CentOS 5.4 or 5.5
etc. (everything involved in a GUI driven Asterisk implementation with the redundancy already built and configured, as well as customized).
We need a way to create an exact image of the lab servers (node1 and node2) that can easily be copied to a medium for dissimilar hardware installations.
This project includes both nodes, needs to be done onto DVD's or CD's or even Flash Drives, which would be bootable. I also need the ability to update this with the script you design and reburn as I make future modifications.
I am game for whatever needs to be done here, as this is outside of my scope of working on Linux, and I have not come across anything I am happy with, weather it is Kickstart files, custom RPM's and a dist. server, Images and imaging to an external drive (commercially or open source) etc.
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Hello, I can do your solution with clean and simple steps. You dont need a script. Please, just send me your Logo ( for boot screens ), send me how your software is configured (custom /etc files), send me your Plus
Hi, I am new here but full of confidence on my knowledge that i can do this project. I already done similar to this project. Linuxbuzz
I've been building PXE server for years. I know the entire process. I even know how HP and IBM do it.
I have done this same job in a heterogenous large-datacentre environment for education and enterprise employers. I am confident that I can fulfil the job requirements in short order.
Introduction: ************* 1. I am Linux Veteran working on them since past ten years (linux, FreeBSD, Unix). I have managed more than 500 devices based on open source technology. 2. ISO 27001 Implementation. Plus