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There is a DVD torrent in there (what I know contains 2 DVD images) and a live CD... what is it you are actually after? If you are after the DVD images, this is what the torrents are for. Else wise nothing else here is actually meant for the DVD... almost all the CentOS mirrors are the same to this, only supplying a torrent (tho I know of one or two that have the 1st DVD as a directly down-loadable file)
Last edited by r3sistance; 08-12-2010 at 06:22 AM.
I think i've dl all the files (and md5sum ed them) to compile a Centos dvd, but i need to 'cat' them in right order before i burn to disc.
I understood that to mean "I need to take the CD images and form a DVD image out of them". See the link I posted earlier; it says on the page
The following script (mkdvdiso.sh) has been tested for CentOS 4 and 5 i386 to create DVD ISO images from CD images, or from an installation tree. If the installation tree does not contain a .discinfo file, one must be obtained from the top level of a CD.
which seems to do just that. A better option might have been to download the DVD image in the first place, but if the CD images are already there and here's a script that turns them into a DVD, why not? Depending on internet connection speed and the computer hardware, it might be faster than downloading the enormous DVD image...