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Old 10-29-2004, 06:25 PM   #1
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Burning ISO image

Could everyone show me step by step how to burn fedora-iso-dvd image to dvd.
Old 10-30-2004, 05:00 AM   #2
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What platform and burning software are you using? We can't give any detailed instructions otherwise. But in general, if you're using a Windows program like Nero or a Linux GDI app like K3B, there should be a command somewhere like "burn image to disk". That's what you need.
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I know how to burn a simple ISO image, but how to put it into DVD I don't know. Maybe if you are using the KDE there is something for this purpose.
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Burning ISO image

I am using windows2000 and I also using bittorent to download the Official Fedora Core 2 FINAL DVD iso image for i386 and I finish it, but the thing is I don't knonw how to burn it to the dvd. I try it many time, but it still doesn't work at all. So please help me step-by-step. Thank a lot. And this is a link that i try to download it
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Just click on the downloaded iso file and your burning software should start automatically. Didn't you get some kind of DVD copying software with your DVD burner? Usually Nero or Roxio come with burners, or you can download trial versions. If it doesn't start automatically just open up the disc copier app, and where it says source you select (at least in Roxio) disk image file. That's the iso file you have downloaded. I just checked my Nero and it's just about the same procedure.
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if you are using nero you may follow the instructions of the following pdf file:

Burn Image File
Old 10-31-2004, 12:35 AM   #7
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Make sure that you let your burning software verify the data. This may double the burning time. This is the check sum part of the burning process.

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