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Ok thanks i will try that but i have posted this ignoring that Nero 6 exists only for windows but if i can do it in linux using another burn application running under linux you can suggest me how can i proceed.
Of course, change this as necessary if your CD-ROM or ISO filename are different. Personally, I think this is easier than doing it through a GUI - it takes 5 seconds to type the command in and then you can just leave it.
Could you please give more info, e.g. what software are you trying to use? What goes wrong? Also, Fedora Core 6 is the latest stable release, so you may want to go with that instead (and for info, 7 is scheduled to be out in May).