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    you know whats gay about linux. its not owned by anyone. you know whats gay about that? no support. or atleast people that spend a few extra secs being specific

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    mohd ... you need to chill ... be specific about your problem and people will be more specific with their answers.
    [ [ SykkN alloc ] initWithThePowerTo: destroyYouAll ];
    /* Don\'t make me use it! */

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    i was talking about this post. bmxface just told us where the program is. and confused us. now i dont know if it should be a data cd or what.

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    "no, you want the whole cd wrote as a ISO image...not an ISO on a data cd."

    specify

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    OK ... When writing an ISO image to CDR you do not want to burn a file named linux_distro_xxx.iso to the CDR. You want to take a program like Nero and ( I don't have Nero, but ... ) and find an option that says create CD from ISO image. If you burn the CD correctly instead of seeing the linux_distro_xxx.iso file on the CD you will see a bunch of files. These are the files that were contained in the ISO image.


    Here is a description of the process I found here
    If you are using NERO, you do the following.

    1. Open the program.
    2. Close the wizard. (if it's open)
    3. Close the "new compilation" dialog (if it's open)
    4. click file
    5. click burn image
    6. browse to wherever you put the iso file
    7. click OK
    8. THere's a good chance you will get an error telling you the .iso is too large to burn without closeing the CD, whitch will ask you if you want to close it. just click okay and wait.

    In general, it should take 80 minutes divided by the speed of your CD burner, plus 1-3 minutes to fill all the buffers and another 1-3 mintues to finalize the CD.

    That's it.
    [ [ SykkN alloc ] initWithThePowerTo: destroyYouAll ];
    /* Don\'t make me use it! */

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