I have been using Clonezilla recently to back up our UNIX boxes and then use the images to create a rescue cd (iso format). It makes for easy installation when sending out to customers. However, when your run the rescue cd the first thing you have to do is type exit to get into the Clonezilla part that kicks it off. Ideally I would like the rescue cd to start straight off without having to ask the user to do anything. Afterall it does seem a bit weird typing exit to actually start something. Does anyone have any ideas how to get around this or what command to add when creating the iso to kick it all off straight away. To create the iso in the first place I am using the following command in Clonezilla (BTW, if anyone wants a step by step guide to doing this I can list the steps here)/opt/drbl/sbin/ocs-iso -g en_US.UTF-8 -t -k NONE -e "-g auto -b -c restoredisk <clonezilla image> sda" <clonezilla image> where <clonezilla image> is that created using clonezilla to back up the image. I use ssh server and back up to another unix machine, then go to that other machine and create the iso.Any help would be gratefully accepted.