Debian: what to download, how to burn iso.tmp?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 14, 2004
I want to download Debian so I can try it, but I have these 2 questions first:
1. I started downloading a testing image that can be found here link, and I found that the first file was in iso.tmp format, which Nero 6 did not recognize, how can I burn this iso.tmp? couldn't find an answer anywhere.
2. There are 13 iso files to download, which ones do I need for basic installation?
thanks for your help.
[SOLVED] How to burn ISO image to DVD using Red Hat Linux Server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 3, 2011
Im still a newbie in Linux. I would like to know how to burn an ISO image to DVD using RHLServer.
LXer: Quick Tips: How To Burn ISO Image via Command Line with Wodim in Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2012
Published at LXer:
This guide explains how to burn ISO Image via command Line in Ubuntu using little program command line based called Wodim. Wodim is a command line tool that makes burning iso files to CD/DVD easy.
How to burn .iso files to DVD properly
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 28, 2013
As a warning; I am a complete and utter newbie to all things Linux/Ubuntu, etc.
I just want to do something, that while I was using Windows, was incredibly simple stupid. Evidently, as I have found with all things Ubuntu, nothing is simple.
I can't burn a DVD and have it play properly.
I CAN convert any file type to an .iso (devede).
I CAN even get my various burning programs (k3b, brasero, etc) to burn the .iso files onto a DVD.
So where's the problem? When I attempt to play the DVD everything works just swimmingly...for 45 minutes. It then stops, stutters, and fails.
Every. Single. DVD. Fails.
This same process, on this same computer, using Windows, gave me absolutely PERFECT dvds with no playback issues what so ever. So, HEY! maybe the solution is Wine! Right?! no. No it is not. None of the programs I know to work on Windows for this work on Wine (some don't even bothering opening)...even the ones Wine's website claims to work, do not work.
I've tried burning
How do I burn iso with K3B?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 6, 2004
I am planning to download Slackware9.1 and burn iso but no instruction for K3B at linuxiso.org.How do I do it?
how to burn ISO images in K3b
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 21, 2005
I'd like to burn Fedora Core 4 CD's in Aurox 11.0. I've got K3b 0.11.23 version of the program.
But it seems that there is no option for burning ISO images in it. If there is please write how
to do it. Step by step. If there is not maybe someone could direct me to suitable program.
I heard about 'cdrecord' but there is no examples concerning burning ISO's in help.
If you know write example command line in 'cdrecord' which would cause burning.
how to burn .iso using k3b
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 21, 2005
i have to burn luitlinux-0.4.iso in to cd.and how can i burn using k3b.
the file opening but burn start option is not shown.
also when i create rescue cd the xxxx.iso file is enough or i need text files also.
thanks for advance.
How do you burn iso files to usb cdrw drive ???
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 20, 2003
Please help me !!
i am using the mandrake 9.2 and have problem trying to write iso file to external usb cd-rw drive.
the software that come with mandrake can not show up my usb cd-rw drive in the cd drive list ???
i use one enclose box ide to usb converter box to install my atapi cd-rw drive and it is like scsi drive linux detected.
Burn iso to CD?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 18, 2012
So, this might be a really dumb question - but I have downloaded the 12.04 iso and need to burn it to a CD as the pc I want to install on does not have a DVD. -- BUT - the iso is 701Mb and CD's don't come any bigger than 700Mb.
Suddenly Can't Burn Iso's
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 28, 2012
I was wondering if someone could offer a suggestion as to what might be going on here. I have been burning various Linux iso’s for about two years on my Windows XP machine at work. I’ve had no problems at all until recently. Just as if a switch had been flipped, I can’t burn a bootable iso on this machine. I have always used “Infra Recorder”, have always burned on the lowest possible speed, and have always used CD-R only disks in brands that have always worked in the past. Nothing there has changed. But suddenly, I can’t make a bootable live CD to save my life (been trying to burn Lubuntu Ppc daily builds). I have read that optical drives do wear out and am wondering if this could be the problem. I have successfully burned literally dozens of iso’s on this machine, but certainly not hundreds. What’s the life span of an optical drive? Also, what is the best burning software for iso’s in Ubuntu? I’ve had no luck using Brassero o
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