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Old 11-28-2011, 11:31 PM   #1
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Autorun CD/DVD in Linux

I need to create autorun CDs/DVDs in Linux. The contents are going to be a compilation of various open source stuff, including manuals, html pages, video/audio, rpm/deb/other packages etc.

w.r.t creating an autorun disc i have a few queries:
  1. Is there a easy (wizard-like) way to create autorun discs? I need to link the contents of the disc into an HTML file and present the html in autorun. (I am open to alternate ideas as long as it serves the purpose & is easy to implement and follow on a long-term basis :P)
  2. Do these autorun discs need attention to stay 'autorun-enabled' in Windows?
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