[Solved] Can I burn the Ubuntu CD ISO to a blank DVD?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 25, 2009
I only have DVDs available to me right now and I don't really want to download the DVD ISO.
Edit: Forgot to mention, I want to start using the BRAND NEW Ubuntu.
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.
Windows 10 Technical Preview Burn ISO from Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2015
Ubuntu Studio 14.10
Downloaded Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO, want to burn to USB so I can install to secondary HDD.
Unetbootin does not work for burning Windows ISO's.
How do I burn the ISO to USB from Ubuntu?
Ubuntu Arcade ISO
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2011
I have seen that puppy linux offers a Puppy Arcade. This is a very astonishing work certainly.
That would be possible to be released for Ubuntu, i.e. Ubuntu Arcade too?
How do I setup windows games on ubuntu from .iso files?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 2, 2011
Please don't send me links to tutorials i've been going through them for days now, and please don't send to to other threads, i've read them all. Thank you.
Problem with latest Ubuntu downloaded .ISO
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 31, 2013
I have just downloaded the latest Ubuntu .ISO file (12.04)
My problem is that the ISO is 707mB, which is too large for a 700mB CD!
I am downloading and attempting to burn the CD under Windows using Nero, when I attempt to burn the CD I get "Image is too large for media used"
I tried again with a DVD but got "Wrong media, insert R/W CD"
Can anyone help me out? I am totally stuck at the moment!
Dell Ubuntu Factory ISO Instructions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 28, 2009
Dell now publishes the open source components of the framework used for loading Ubuntu onto PCs in the factory. If you would like to create a Dell/Ubuntu ISO that fully emulates this process, the instructions for creating such an image are available here:
The tool requires that you use an Ubuntu DVD to generate the ISO, so that it can pre-install the closed source graphics drivers when necessary.
You can burn this ISO to a DVD using your favorite burning software or to a USB stick using USB Creator.
The Automatic Reinstallation option will remove all partitions on your primary hard disk and create Linux Utility & Recovery partitions.
If you want to install Ubuntu side-by-side with another OS (Such as Win7 or Win Vista), you can choose interactive install to choose how to partition the disk. You will still get the other Dell addons such as flash installed, but without losing data.
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
Burn ISO to DVDR
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 21, 2009
I was wondering is it possible to burn the Ubuntu 9.10 ISO to a DVD-R and use that as a installation disc to dual boot XP and Ubuntu?
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