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Yes, k3b burns single and dual layer dvd's with proper hardware. I'm not sure what you mean by burning 5 CD's as a DVD. If you mean the Suse 9.3 distro, the DVD iso is freely available at opensuse.org. If you mean something else, you're going to have to be more specific.
Originally posted by reddazz This has been asked before in the last two or three weeks. Search in the Suse forum for a thread similar to yours and there is post with an answer to your question.
That's the problem I have seen this question, often answered before and the search is not finding it for me. I know it is a regular question and this time I'm definitely going to write the answer down somewhere safe.
I found something in a german SUSE forum. I have not tested it myself. This is a crude translation:
1. create a new folder (here: /tmp)
2. mount all ISO's one by one
mount -o loop -t iso9660 Isodatei1.iso /mnt
copy the content of /mnt to /tmp
repeat with all ISO's
3. open a console, login as root, cd to /tmp and type mkisofs -v -r -J -b boot/loader/isolinux.bin -c boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -o /tmp/meine.iso
15 min you will get the iso file (here: meine.iso), which you can burn to DVD.
There is an excellent tool available on the net tailor made for such requirements and its called.....
although some claim it works only for Debian based systems,but i know a lot of people who have successfully used it for/under other distros.