don't use LFS... certainly not what you're after i'm sure. essentially just burn AS AN IMAGE to a cdr in an app like nero. there is a lot more information on sites like linuxiso.org which should be of use to you as it's very common for new users just just copy the iso file to a cd. you then have a cd with an iso file sitting on it. useful for transporting, but it's just a generic file on a cd. you need to burn as an image so it will be bootable.
fyi i *assume* that ISO came into use as the CD filesystem is ISO standard number ISO-9660, which got crudely abbreviated back to ISO so make it a three digit extension under windows... useful ehh?
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 10-17-2006 at 07:44 AM.