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Re: Unable to burn ISO image

Hello again,

I want to take this opportunity to thank Mike Bilow & Glen W. Mabey for
their kind responses to my plea for help a few weeks ago.

I discovered the solution to my problem pretty much by accident.  The problem
appears to have been caused by trying to use Netscape to download the ISO image
from Mike's site.  All I had to do was use a regular FTP client instead
- this fixed the image corruption problem, and I was able to burn the CD just
fine  :)

I'd be interested to know if this is common knowledge or not (i.e. use an
FTP client, not a web browser to download these ISO images).  If it is, I 
didn't find any references to it in the tons of documentation I looked at
when trying to solve my problem  :)

Thanks again all,

On Tue, May 30, 2000 at 12:57:47PM -0400, Raymond Wood wrote:
> Hello all,
> I downloaded just the first '.raw' file off Mike Bilow's site yesterday 
> (http://debian.bilow.com/debian-cdimage/potato-i386-1.raw).  I used Windows 
> Adaptec Easy CD to burn the CD, and changed the file extension to '.iso' before 
> I did (Easy CD seemed to want this).  Both CD's I burned (I tried twice) appear 
> to be duds; the CD is not recognized on either Windows or Linux systems.  
> I've read so much documentation looking for a solution that my head is
> spinning.  Do I need to use that pseudo-kit with these images (I had
> assumed not) ?  Should I be able to download the 1 '.raw' file and
> boot with that? Or do I need the *.list file too?
> Any suggestions to get me on track would be really appreciated.  I've
> burned a few CDs before, but never messed with ISO images - there seems
> to be something simple I'm just not getting...
> Many thanks in advance,
> Raymond
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