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burn an iso
Probably not, unless you have a separate CDRW drive. As far as I know most LiveCDs lock the drive while they're running. I could be wrong though.Registered Linux user #270181
You may have a 'toram' boot option. Sometimes it's called 'nocd', but it should load the system into a ramdisk and allow your burner to be freed up. If you have that option it is possible, but you will either need a lot of RAM or to use some mounted partition to store the .iso.
10-03-2006 #5Originally Posted by crashandburn0420Registered Linux user #270181
ok i got that far on my own but how do i acctually save and burn the iso?
I might not have got the question correctly. You have a blank hard-disk and a gentoo LIVECD which does not install correclty. Now you have the iso of the newer version and you wish to burn it.
If this is the case then might I suggest using some other liveCD such as knoppix. Then you can boot into the ram mode as mentioned above and use the following commands to burn the iso. (Assuming that now you have the iso on another CD).
dd /dev/cdrom /<location>/abracadabra.iso
cdrecord -v -pad speed=1 dev=0,0,0 abracadabra.iso
If I did not get your question right please let me know.