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Old 04-06-2009, 03:32 PM   #1
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downloading,burning knoppix 6. newest to linux as you can be

i am trying to make a knoppix cd. do i have to use a certain burner? someone said i can do it right from here. is that possible?
or do i have to download and use imgburn or something like that?
really need help to get away from windows

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download the iso file.
Then use a burning program to burn the iso to CD
make sure you burn it as ISO look in the doc from the burning software to see how.
boot from the cd
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If you are using Windows...

You can use this easy burning program to burn a live-cd. Look for the option to burn an ISO image.

Burn the CD at a low speed on a good quality disk as an image file. Most live-cds, including KNOPPIX, has a media check function on a boot list when the CD goes through the boot process.

Set the boot sequence to boot the CD/DVD drive before the HDD in the BIOS or as a one-time boot and you should get to enjoy KNOPPIX. For help see here.

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Or if you've already got ImgBurn, use that.


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