The SGML source of the most recent version of this document can be retrieved from http://imsb.au.dk/~mok/linux/doc/RedHat-CD.sgml ( HTML version).
You can link to the RedHat-CD mini HOWTO by making the following reference on your home page:
<a href="http://imsb.au.dk/~mok/linux/doc/RedHat-CD.html"> <img src="http://imsb.au.dk/~mok/logos/RedHat-CD.png" alt="RedHat CD mini-howto" height=30 nosave border=0> </a>
Ed Schlunder <firstname.lastname@example.org> has written a utility called
fix-rhcd to let you check your Red Hat Linux distribution mirror for matching file sizes, names, permissions, and symlinks against an "ls -lNR" listing from the offical Red Hat ftp site. Any permissions that are wrong are changed to match the
ls listing. See the fix-rhcd homepage.
Rod Smith <email@example.com> has written a Do-It-Yourself Red Hat Installation guide, which also includes information on creating RedHat install CD's. Especially aimed at burning a CD from a non-UNIX system. Find it at http://members.bellatlantic.net/~smithrod/rhjol.html.
A document in french ``Comment graver un CD de la RedHat 5.x a partir de fichiers telecharges sur Internet...'' by <firstname.lastname@example.org> is available from http://linuxfr.org/docs/article/gravure-CD-RH51.html.
With the sense of the good things in life Jussi Torhonen from Finland <email@example.com> tells us Howto make a homebrew bootable RedHat Linux 5.2 CD-ROM.
>From the LDP project, see the CD-writing HOWTO.
Apart from those mentioned above, thanks are given to the following people for valuable input, feedback and discussions: