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mbegovic 03-25-2004 11:25 AM

burning iso images
 
Hi,

I'm trying to burn slack iso's and I've never done this before. I guess just copying the iso files to the CD doesn't work. I know I'm supposed to do something like "create CD from image" or something along those lines. k3b doesn't seem to offer that option, or maybe I can't find it. Has anybody done it with k3b, or should I install xcdroast or something else? I know that Nero can do it, but I already d/l'd the iso's to my /home partition.

Milos.

ranger_nemo 03-25-2004 11:41 AM

I don't have Linux up at the moment, but there should be a "Write ISO Image" in one of the menu entries. "Tools", maybe...

thehundredthone 03-25-2004 11:46 AM

how bout cdrecord?

cdrecord -v -speed=<what you want> /path/to/iso

mbegovic 03-25-2004 01:36 PM

thanks for the replies. i'm at work right now, but i'll try cdrecord in a few hours when i get home

mbegovic 03-25-2004 07:38 PM

got it. thanks guys

Pwnz3r 03-25-2004 09:12 PM

Glad to not be of any help. :)

RHELL 03-25-2004 10:37 PM

There's also 'mkisofs', but whether you need it with cdrecord escapes me at the moment.

thehundredthone 03-26-2004 01:55 AM

i don't think you do if you already have an iso waiting to be written.

El Mago 03-26-2004 03:31 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by RHELL
There's also 'mkisofs', but whether you need it with cdrecord escapes me at the moment.
You don't need that with cdrecord. You need mkisofs to save file(s) in an ISO image.

marghorp 04-29-2004 06:04 PM

open nautilus and right click on the iso select Write to CD

Easiest way. I had troubles with xcdroast and then tried nautilus

Mega Man X 04-29-2004 06:55 PM

Here is a nice HOWTO about creating, burning and mounting ISO files. Worth to print out or bookmark ;)

http://www.cpqlinux.com/cdrw.html

Regards!


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