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Re: YUMGUI - YUMI



--- Bob <rrunion cox net> wrote:
> I know this must be basic to a lot of users, but I'm
> having trouble trying
> to prepare bootable FC2 discs.I'm a newbie, have
read everything I can find on the CDRECORD, XCDROAST,
> etc, (still unable to figure out the 'how to') but
> can not seem to find simple procedures that I can
understand to convert the files
(i.e.FC2-i386-disc1.iso - disc 2, disc 3 & disc 4)via
Nero into bootable discs.
> Bob
Hello Bob
It is not clear whether you want to burn Cd's via
MSWin or Linux.If it is MSWIN then NERO has an option
for creating bootable discs.If it is thro' Linux then
issue the command from the console as follows :
     # cdrecord -v speed=24 --dev=/dev/hdc FC2*.iso
This assumes that the speed is 24 (set it to your
value); "/dev/hdc" if it is an ide CDROM connected as
hdc.If it is a scsi device you need to execute :
#cdrecord -scanbus to find out the values for SCSI
Bus, Device ID and LUN.In case it outputs the
value,say, 0,0,0 then execute : 
     # cdrecord -v speed=<value> dev=0,0,0 FC2*.iso
Thru' this command the iso image in the first CD which
has a bootable image gets transferred to the first CD
burnt by you.It works well without any problem
compared any GUI-based utility either on WIN or
Linux.Try it out.
Murali



	
		
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