Re: burning a debian cd
> On Sun, 2001-09-09 at 17:43, marco wrote:
> > hi,
> > I burn two cd and no one runs !!
> > please help me,
> > my cd burner is on a mac.
> Hi Marco,
> burn from Mac is very easy.
> copy your image iso or raw in a partition or in the Desktop.
> 1. run Toast deluxe
> 2. select in the menu Format/Disk image option.
> 3. drug and drop the iso or raw in the window of Toast application.
> 4. insert a blank CD an press Write CD button.
> 5 enjoy!!
thanks, i was on the right way...
the cd is not bootable on my toshiba laptop.
I ve tested it with a w98 cd and he wants to boot at statup.
I think it is the cd, and the way i ve made it...
I found this on the debianlaptop list :
#Sun, 9 Sep 2001 19:33:47 +0200
# From: "Tony Crawford" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
# To: email@example.com
#... although the 2.2r*0* CD does?
#At first I thought I had a coaster, but it boots fine on other
#machines. FWIW the Progeny 1.0 CD I got off a magazine cover
#won't boot on the Toshiba either.
#Very curious (and holding on to those 2.2r0 images),
#(yes, I did try this on debian-user last week)
is there any problem in the iso image from their ftp.debian.org server ?
I can't test it on a desktop PC, I haven't...
> Is not important change the type/creator with Resedit or similar
> application. This is important only if you want to do a double click to
> start Toast.
> > I ve downloaded two times the iso image...
> > "binary-i386-1.iso", i ve verified the checksum many times...
> > am I really crazy ? ;-)
> > In the debian.org 's faq they say :
> > -?- How do I burn a CD from MacOS?
> > -!- The `Toast' program for MacOS is reported to work fine with .iso
> > files. You can be extra-safe by giving it the creator code `CDr3' (or
> > possibly
> > `CDr4') and type code `iImg' using e.g. FileTyper. Double-clicking on
> > the file will then open up Toast directly, without having to
> > drag-and-drop or go via
> > the File-Open menu.
> > And the cdrecord program is available for MacOS X as well.
> > What am I losing on my way ?
> > thanks
> > marco
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