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Linux: ISO image to CD?

By KCrawford4 ·
Linux newbie question: I have downloaded the ISO file (enigma-386-disk1.iso) but now what? Do I burn this to a bootable CD? I have tried that (using Nero5), but it doesn't seem to work. Can anyone offer any suggestions as to what I'm supposed todo next?
Thanks for your help.

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User FireBurner 1.06.

by mrafrohead In reply to Linux: ISO image to CD?

I would use FireBurner 1.06 if I was you... They're up to 2.xx right now, but that stuff's buggy...

Also, if you're using Windoze 2k or XP - you're gonna need your ASPI layer installed.

If you need the ASPI layer, send me a note and I'll e-mail you the layer with the updates to make it all nice and current.

Once you have unrared FireBurner to your computer, just double click on the ISO file and then when it asks what program to open it with, use FireBurner.

Then just right click onthe line, adn check burn/testburn. Uncheck the test box and you're on your way.

Good luck and let me know if you need any help.


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