Small change in FAQ wiki text

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Thomas Schmitt 12 years ago
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@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ Imaging:
[#boot_arch For which architectures xorriso is able to create bootable images ?]
[#isohybrid What is isohybrid MBR useful for ?]
[#isohybrid How to enable booting from USB stick ?]
[#partition_offset What is partition offset feature all about?]
@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ Miscellaneous:
===== What is the difference between cdrskin and xorriso ? ===== #diff_cdrskin_xorriso
[wiki:Cdrskin cdrskin] is a dedicated emulator of program cdrecord, based on
libburn. It tries to be as similar as cdrecord as is possible under that
libburn. It tries to be as similar to cdrecord as is possible under that
premise.
[wiki:Xorriso xorriso] is an integrated tool which creates, loads, manipulates,
@ -79,9 +79,9 @@ Machines which support EFI may either boot via El Torito or use the files
of the ISO image directly. It is possible to append to the ISO image a
writeable FAT12 partition where files for EFI may be stored and changed.
===== What is isohybrid MBR useful for ? ===== #isohybrid
===== How to enable booting from USB stick ? ===== #isohybrid
The ISOLINUX boot manager system is normally started from CD, DVD or BD media
The ISOLINUX boot loader is normally started from CD, DVD or BD media
by a PC-BIOS via an El Torito boot record. But if the ISO image resides on an
USB stick or another hard-disk-like device, then PC-BIOS ignores El Torito
and rather expects a Master Boot Record (MBR). Both boot record types can

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