[PlanetCCRMA] re install snag

brad stafford brad@archone.tamu.edu
Tue Jun 8 18:20:03 2004

Roxio and Nero - sounds like using Windows. If you are then it also
sounds like you're burning a "data" CD with an ISO image. 

I'd suggest you choose the option "Burn from an image".

The data option will put the ISO image on the CD and the "Burn from an
image" option will extract the data from the ISO image and burn the
files internal to the ISO image to the CD.

Hope this helps.


On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 20:05, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 17:55, Bryon White wrote:
> > I burned the cds with Roxio. Should I use Nero? 
> I have never used either so I can't recommend which one to use. Just
> make sure that the ".iso" file that you downloaded is not "added" to the
> root filesystem of the cdrom you are creating. Actually, you don't need
> to "create" a cdrom, the ".iso" file _is_ the cdrom, you just have to
> copy that file bit to bit to the cdrom. There must be an option to do
> that.
> > The sources.list got updated. I probably should not use these
> > cds. I burned the Fedora install cds with Roxio also. So if they 
> > are correct the GUI should be able to see all the files without
> > mounting with the command I used under root?
> Yes. If you insert a properly copied cdrom and mount it (either
> automatically or using "mount /mnt/cdrom") you should see directories
> and files inside, not just one .iso file. 
> -- Fernando
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