I had an unmountable floppy image (.img) that contained an operating system I had made and I used disk utility to burn it to a CD. It said that the burn was successful. I tried to boot it from ...
I have followed this tutorial http://wiki.osdev.org/Bare_bones to build a simple C kernel and boot it successfully. But, how to convert the floppy image to CD image to use it with my real PC?
While CD (and to an lesser extend DVD) disks have reached the price-point of the floppy, they have one significant downside, it is WORM (Write-Once Read-Many) media, allowing it to be used only one ...
I have an older computer (1994) and it can't boot from CDROM. How can I install some sort of boot manager that lets me boot from any CD?