Re: Creating CD's frpm .iso files
--- Joe Hopkins <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a very basic Debian question. I downloaded
> all of the 25 Debian .iso files and want to
> convert/write them to CDs. I am trying to use the
> "InfraRecorder" program that I downloaded from the
> Ubuntu web site. (I also plan to install Ubuntu's
> version of Linux on some unused PCs that I have.) I
> also downloaded the Ubuntu files and want to
> convert/write them to CDs as well. I am a total
> Linux novice, although I have a lot of Window's
> knowledge. I could not find another program,
> besides "InfraRecorder" that looked as though it
> would perform the same functions as that program. I
> am not having any success trying to use the
> InfraRecorder program. The program starts OK and I
> can direct it to process the Debian .iso file, but I
> can't find any way to get it to record to a CD. My
> questions are as follows:
> 1 - Is there a program, other than InfraRecorder,
> which will convert these .iso files into CDs?
there is one called isotool that uses native windows
dll's and works nicely (it embeds itself so that you
use it similar to a send to command
also isorecorder -
> If so, where can I contain it?
> 2 - If the InfraRecorder program should accomplish
> this conversion of .iso files to CDs,
> would someone be so kind as to tell me what I
> need to do in order to convert these files?
using isotool just right click the file name, and
click burn disk image (if i remember correctly)
> I know that I can purchase the Debian CDs from
> vendors, but since I have downloaded them, I hate to
> spend unneccessary money.
why buy what people will give you for free
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