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Then use 'cdrecord' to burn it. (See 'man cdrecord')
I do not know how to runs htis command in windows. also in the readme the author says that there is a windows version of Mkisofs which is used in running the command but i have downloaded this program and it is a .tar and i do not know how to run this program either. if anyone could help me by telling me how to make a bootable cd of this or directing me to somewhere that can i would greatly appreciat eit, thnaks.
Yea i already tried that. i downloaded the .iso file but for some reason it is a RAR archive but still remains an iso. ive bruned it with nero but when i insert it it just boots up as a data cd and all i can do is browse the files in it and i cannot get it to boot up. i appreciate any help because i really want to get slackware up and running,thanks.
i had this problem recently. i tried to burn an ISO on XP with nero. didnt work out too well, so i went to another linux box and burned it using XCDRoast... however i do have a link for you to check out: