Problem in making ubuntu bootable cd .......................
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 25, 2009
Hi ppl , I have downloaded ubuntu-8.10-desktop edition from ubuntu official website. I got " ubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386.iso " file , which is winrar archieve file .. I didnt get image file to make bootable cd. Even after i extract thid Rar file, didnt get .iso [image] file.. How do i make bootable cd with this ??
Please provide me the solution as soon as possible...
Making a bootable CDRW image of Ubuntu 12.04 AMD64
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 13, 2013
I've recently attempted to downgrade an old laptop on the 11th of May.
The downgrade would have consisted of Windows 7 Home Premium x64 to Windows Vista Ultimate x86.
I was more accustomed to Vista since my first Desktop computer was an E-Machines T3612 that is now almost 6 years old.
As soon as I noticed that my system can't operate with a 32-bit operating system, I reformatted the SATA HDD for future purpose.
So there's no GUI for me to work with, and I have access to both a 4 GB and a 16 GB flashdrive with a 4 GB MicroSD Card that comes with a MicroSD to SD Converter.
The system I am wanting to install the 64-Bit version of Ubuntu on is a Sony VAIO VGN-NW270F.
I do not own the Windows 7 Home Premium DVD, since the laptop was a gift from someone I was dating in 2012.
I was experiencing severe performance issues despite my countless attempts to find a prominent resolution.
I have almost no experience with the UNIX interface, and that's why I am preferring Ubuntu above the othe
How to make a Linux bootable cd from an ISO image using Nero?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 5, 2002
I downloaded Linux Mandrake and I am trying to figure out how to burn that image onto a cd so I can install it on my machine? Can anyone help!!!!!
How to create a CD bootable ISO image for 2.6.16 kernel
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 25, 2008
I have created a kernel image for 2.6.16 kernel.
using that kernel I want to create a bootable CD.
But the problem is I dont know exactly what all components I need to set up the file system.
root, etc, bin, sbin, proc, var, lib directories.
can anyone help me how to set up this file system, what are the necessary files I need to put in these file systems.
Steps I followed are
mkdir -p ia64_build ia64_build/initrd.tmp $(mnt)
# Creating the initrd image
dd if=/dev/zero of=initrd.img bs=512 count=225000
/sbin/mke2fs -F -N 10000 initrd.img
mount -o loop initrd.img $(mnt)
Created and mounted a initrd image
I NEED what all things I need for the initrd image to come up...
Setting up the boot loader :elilo
chmod 644 $(floppy)
# zero the entire disk, so that when we compress the raw disk image,
# unused blocks will comp
Ubuntu 10.04 CD image won't fit on 1 GB USB stick (?!)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 4, 2010
I'm trying to use Unetbootin to create a bootable USB stick so I can install Ubuntu 10.04 on my netbook. I have a CD image for the standard Ubuntu 10.04 desktop install cd (ubuntu-10.04-desktop-i386.iso). It's only 699 MB, so it certainly should fit on a 1 GB USB stick but...Unetbootin keeps getting partway through making the bootable USB stick, then stops with an error message similar to this:
The directory /media/88A1-8221 is out of space. Press 'Yes' to abort installation, 'No' to ignore this error and attempt to continue installation, and 'No to All' to ignore all out-of-space errors.
It's impossible for the USB stick to be out of space. The install CD is only 699 MB, so there is no possible way that the 1 GB (931.5 MB usable) USB stick could be full. I formatted the USB stick (FAT32) beforehand to be sure there wasn't anything taking up space. And I got that error message within seconds of starting, before Unetbootin had a chance to copy even a few files.
How do I create a Bootable CD in Ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 9, 2010
I came across this tutorial. It is for Windows however. What program would be the equivalent to ImgBurn?
bootable CD to copy image to hard drive?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 23, 2006
I'd like to have a bootable CD where when you pop it into a computer, it just overwrites the hard drive with a hard drive image from a file on the CD.
Do you know of a linux project that does this, or a simple way to write a script that does this?
I have no experience with linux and HD images, but it seems like this should be simple. Also, the HD image would have to be compressed on the CD of course.
^^^This would be used to rapidly install a working OS/system on blank computers that come in without manually installing an OS and apps and configs.
Ubuntu 12 64bit CD image download
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 2, 2013
Sorry to trouble you all. Just need to know where to go to download a CD disk image for Ubuntu 12 64-bit. I started with a 32-bit Ubuntu 11.10 sometime ago and updated to 12. I got a ThinkPad X200 laptop which is a 64-bit capable and I want to try it out with 64-bit Ubuntu 12.
Making an iso image from an existing bootable cd.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 22, 2010
Hello, all you Linux gurus!
I have Ubunto 9.10, 64 bit version, installed on my laptop. On my desktop it's the 32 bit version.
I have a Windows XP Pro Evaluation version that came with my MCSE 70-270 text book. In my Windows 2000 install, on my desktop, I'm going to use MS Virual Machine to install the evaluation version of WinXP Pro.
Here is where I'm having difficulties. I want to create an .iso file of the WinXP Pro Evaluation cd, and use the virtual cd drive, in the virtual machine, to mount the iso image. That way I don't actually use the physical cd in my physical cd drive.
The problem is, I can't seem to make an iso image file from the cd. I've read other posts here that suggest brassero and k3b, I have both, and have tried the suggestions. The problem is that k3b does not seem to have an option to create an iso image from a bootable cd, and brassero only makes .bin and .toc file images.
What do I need to do to make a bootable iso image file from my WinXP Pr
Need help with creating an audio CD image on Ubuntu 14.04 (64bit)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 10, 2014
I'm working on creating an audio CD as a gift for a friend. I have the Ogg and MP3 files in a playlist I can load in Brasero just fine. I can use Brasero to generate a set of CUE/BIN files and I can mount the CUE file in CDEmu just fine. The issue is getting the CUE/BIN files transferred to my Windows XP system so I can load the image into iTunes on Windows to create the CD insert.
I tried creating an ISO file, on Ubuntu, with the idea I could transfer the ISO file to the Windows system, mount it using Daemon Tools Lite or some other utility, then open the CD image in iTunes and create the CD insert. After hours of research and experimentation, it seems I can't make an ISO image from the CUE/BIN files because the ISO format won't support multiple tracks and I've got 19 tracks in the CUE/BIN files.
Any ideas how I can get the CUE/BIN files created in a way I can access on Windows XP? Daemon Tools Lite on Windows XP displays a "Unable to mount image" errors message a
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