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    Did you get them form here Index of /debian-cd/6.0.5/amd64/iso-dvd, here Index of /debian-cd/6.0.5/amd64/bt-dvd or somewhere else?

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    Thanks Randicus, that is where I was looking. Just not sure what I am supposed to copy or download. I downloaded the debian-6.0.5-amd64-DVD-1.iso.torrent, but when I tried to burn it, I got an error message of unmet dependencies. It may be a problem with my system though, as I can't get my burner to burn Zorin either. This new !%#& buntu is the pits, neither xfburn nor brasero will work (don't recognize my dvd burner).
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    It may be a problem with my system though, as I can't get my burner to burn Zorin either. This new !%#& buntu is the pits, neither xfburn nor brasero will work (don't recognize my dvd burner).
    That is why I keep my Puppy Linux cds around. I boot Puppy into ram. Eject the cd. Then download and burn a iso (after a md5sum check of course). Since you already downloaded the .iso in Ubuntu. Puppy could access it to burn in Pburn. If you had a Puppy Linux CD of course.
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    Lucky I have a Puppy cd, but I also have more than one compter too, and !@%$buntu 12.04 isn't loaded on the others.
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