Whilst not a complete newbie to Linux this "feels" like a newbie problem and I am a little upset with myself that I can't crack it :|
I have an ISO image of Suse 9.1 Personal from PCPro magazine DVD (UK).
I tried burning it using Nero 5.5 and get the following error:
"There is not enough space to burn this compilation onto this medium"
The ISO file is 734,101,504 bytes which I make 716,896 Kb (700.1 Mb).
Now I get that it is just over 700 Mb and yes I have a 700 Mb CDR rather than 650 Mb before anyone asks
... but how is ANYONE meant to burn THAT ISO to a normal CD ???? The CD info shows that my CD blank has 703 Mb available.
Now I didnt just give up ... not my style ! I searched here, Google, Google Groups , the magazine forums, Suse, Nero etc. etc. No luck.
I only found one 2 post thread somewhere which the person replying said that it was buggy and didnt even have Make and was a pain to burn because of the ISO size, but offered NO solution !
I have tried the following:
1) burn on laptop instead ... same
2) turn on overburn to 82 mins in Nero ... same
3) use B's Recorder Gold 5 (burn s/w supplied with burner!!) and cant burn images AFAIK !!
4) try HDBurn feature ... didn't like that even tho' drive does support it.
Please HEEEELLLLPPP I'm going insane !