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    Ive seen openbsd 3.7 through distrowatch but was not sure about what files i need ,The download mirrors did not seem to help me i did not seem to no what file was the openbsd boot disc, well i just was not to sure it seems diffrent to what im use to downloading iso dvd and cd,I'm intrested in haveing a go with this but was not sure if i should buy this 1 as is was stated before the mirrors download at your own risk.

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    http://www.pantz.org/os/openbsd/makingaopenbsdcd.shtml
    just replace 3.4 with 3.7

    if you use the snapshot files, you are running 3.8
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    Ok thxs for the link,But at the moment on on a windows os ,Can i get mkisofs for windows to create the iso.

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    doesn't Nero (or another burning tool) let you create a bootable cdrom?

    I can't help you any further, I lost the touch of Windows some time ago
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