I'm trying to perform some testing on old platforms. In this case, its Fedora 1 (circa 2002 or 2003). The VM software (VMware and VirtualBox) can't handle distros that old, so the guests don't have a network card.
I found I could transfer stuff to them through the CD Rom drive. However, when I attempt to build an ISO with a file I am trying to transfer:
hdiutil makehybrid -o ~/image.iso ~/make-4.1.tar.gz -iso -joliet Creating hybrid image... hdiutil: makehybrid failed - Operation not permitted
I also tried with
create, but that result in an error, too:
hdiutil create -ov ~/make-4.1.tar.gz -iso -joliet hdiutil: create: unknown option "-iso" Usage: hdiutil create <sizespec> [options] <imagepath> hdiutil create -help
I've also tried with and without the option
How do I create an ISO of a file (and not a directory)?
I want to avoid unzipping and then building the ISO because filenames and permissions are changed (This is older software that's not as stable as it is today).