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    How to mount to cd?


    After all the installation and configuration we have done, how do we put this "improved" operating system into a cd? how do we mount it?

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    Are you trying to mount a CD or create a CD? Your post is kind of confusing, can you please explain more?
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    lets say we install everything we need in our desktop linux, we want to put the linux with the configuration done into a cd. so if i were to bring this cd and install the os into another computer, the configuration done in the previous desktop is also put into the other computer that i want linux to be installed to.

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    Hi. If you're considering doing loads, maybe consider ghosting the drive to loads of other drives. But then the computers need to be the same. The best option is probably what Reed said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandriva1 View Post
    After all the installation and configuration we have done, how do we put this "improved" operating system into a cd? how do we mount it?
    mount /dev/cdrom /media/cdrom

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