Here's my story: Over a month ago, I heard about ubuntu from a friend. I was starting to get fed up with how quickly my computer got viruses using windows, so I decided to try out ubuntu. I made a installation cd using this website as a reference: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/iso
. it worked great. I made two copies of the CD. I put it on one of the 4 computers in our house. My friend bought me a copy of ubuntu for dummies, and since then, I've learned alot. My parents loved ubuntu. They had me install it on two more of our computers. We still have one computer that runs windows XP buisness on it. My step dad has sort of became a spokes person for ubuntu, because he loves it so much. He gave away one of our installation disks to a customer in his store. Now, he wants me to make a few more disks. The only problem is..I don't know how. I know for sure how to do it on a windows computer, but the only windows computer in our house has a bad cd rom drive. So, I've decided to try and do it on my ubuntu computer. I'm assuming it would be the same as how I did it on my windows computer, but I would like some reassurance.
Here's what I've done: Ive downloaded the ubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386.iso file from this website http://releases.ubuntu.com/8.10/
using the bit torrent provided from ubuntu..You know, the one that's already on your computer when you install ubuntu. Now, I plan to just burn that image to a disk using brasero disk burning program provided when I installed the CD. Is this the right way to do it? Or am I just going to burn a crap CD?