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what is the command used for making a bootable disk in unix. the version is sco unix 4.0. and what are the files needed for the bootable disk like command.com for dos.

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as root, at the command prompt, execute:

mkdev fd

You will see a menu.  You must make two disks, a "Boot" disk and a "Root" disk.  Always boot with the boot disk and switch to the root disk when prompted.
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