I have no idea as to what the hell is going on here. I have tried at least four different versions, four different computers, and two different flavours of Linux. All leads to the same result: Code: Using kernel: /usr/share/systemimager/boot/i386/standard/kernel Using initrd: /usr/share/systemimager/boot/i386/standard/initrd.img Creating DOS filesystem in /dev/fd0... >> mkdosfs -I /dev/fd0 mkdosfs 2.11 (12 Mar 2005) Using "syslinux" to make a bootable device... >> syslinux /dev/fd0 Creating temporary mount point... Temporary mounting device /dev/fd0... >> sudo mount -t msdos -o umask=0007 -o uid=0 /dev/fd0 /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423 Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/fd0 1424 1421 3 100% /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423 >> sudo umount /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423 || true umount: /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423: not mounted >> sudo umount /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423 || true umount: /tmp/.autoinstalldiskette.9423: not found error: couldn't copy required files onto the image! I am running this either as root or using sudo. Help would be appreciated, thanks.