On Wed, 27 Apr 2005 11:23, John Torrance wrote:
Sorry, I hope that this is not a stupid question. I
have downloaded the
Ubuntu Iso - I have tried to burn a bootable disk with gnome toaster - I
only seem to be able to make disks with the iso file on it. I tried
dragging and dropping the file then right clicking and asking for a
bootable ISO image but still got another fine .ISO coaster. Clearly my
windows programs won't read these - how do I make a loadable disk from the
ISO with gnome toaster?
Thanks for the all the advice
you can do it via commandline with a command like cdrecord -v
dev=devicename(ie /dev/hdb or 0,0,0 for scsi emu) speed="24" file.iso
Where there is a will, I want to be in it.