When I try to boot the imaging CD to auto, which contains a script I
created, I get the following:

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/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
/bin/wcfia.s: img: command not found
ZENworks imaging failed with error:127.
/bin/lilo.s: /update: No such file or directory
No ZEN partitions on the drive
Please remove any floppies/CDs from the drive and press any key to continue
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Here's how I got to this point:

1. I downloaded the latest boot.iso from
http://forge.novell.com/modules/xfmo...ect/?zfdimgdrv. The bootcd.iso
is dated 05/18/2005.

2. I save a SETTINGS.TXT file as a Unix-style file (no CR-LF) containing
this one line:

export IMGCMD="/bin/wcfia.s"

3. I save a wcfia.s file as a Unix-style file (no CR-LF) containing:

img pd1
img pd2
img pd3
img pd4
img pc1 ntfs
img pa1
img restorep xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx //path-to/my_image.zmg

4. I use MagicISO to open the bootcd.iso from step 1. I add SETTINGS.TXT
to the root of the ISO. I go into the addfiles directory and create a
bin directory. I then go into that bin directory and put the wcfia.s
script there. I save the ISO (not Save As) and then burn it to CD.

This used to all work way back when I did it like 2 years ago with Zen
4. When I boot to manual, I see wcfia.s in bin, and I can run the
individual img commands in step 3 from the command line with no problem.
I have tried re-typing the files, in case I had any weird characters in
them.

Please help.

Thanks in advance,

Ethan