as per my ambitious plans, I have been doing some research on just how to create a multisession CD.
The idea is that, prior to actually burning the disc, I'd have 2 custom disc images. Both are Mac Extended file systems. One is bootable to OS 9 and stripped down as much as possible (no more than @ 140MB), but including XPostFacto 4. The other is a bootable Darwin 8 system (the bootable disc image from Apple will need to be trimmed, as the image is 650MB, but only uses 558MB, so about I need to recover @ 90MB to be used on the OS 9 side).
I originally wanted a multisession disc, because I wanted both sessions to appear as independent discs, but I wonder if it will work just fine with one session since both use Mac OS Extended file systems...
At any rate, I've wasted many CD-Rs in the past attempting to create OS 9 boot CDs from OS X, and decided that I just didn't know how (seemed straight-forward at the time).
So really, I'm asking two things here:
1) What's the best way to create a multisession disc image from OS X (I have Toast Titanium 6.x) from 2 disc images?
2) If I determine a single-session disc is fine for my purposes, how do I create a bootable OS 9 disc image from OS X?