[ubuntu-za] BURNING A GPARTED LIVE CD

wayne plettpc at gmail.com
Tue Sep 1 11:40:24 BST 2009


vincent wrote:
> On Monday 31 August 2009 16:03:57 William Walter Kinghorn wrote:
>> Hi Vincent,
>>
>> If you still want to use Brasero, then
>>
>> Click on "Burn Image" on the left
>>
>> Click on "Click here to select an image"
>>
>> locate your image
>>
>> You need to have the blank already in the drive
>>
>> Click Burn, now wait until CD/DVD is burned
>>
>> Now try booting from it
>>
>> I also think that if the ISO is for a CD then use a CD, not a DVD
>>
>> I use both K3b and Gnomebaker, but have tried Brasero
>>
>> William
>> ________________________________________
> 
>> It does look like you copied to .iso file to the DVD. What you need to do
>> is to burn the image file to a DVD.
>>
>> I use Kubuntu/K3b and it has an option to 'Burn DVD ISO image'. There
>> should be a similar option in Brasero - you will need to specify the
>> location of the iso file (where you saved it after downloading) and you
>> will need a blank DVD.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Vincent
> Hi Vincent(nice name) & William,
> 
> I'll use k3b to do as you suggest, as well as get a cd+/-rw disk, as you 
> suggested, unfortunately I have to be out of town on business until Friday, 
> so will only be able to try & sort this out then, but I'll keep you posted.
> Thanks sincerely for your help.
> Vince 
> 
> 
U don't need to download another 150 Meg to get K working, just double 
click the downloaded file and A Brassero dialoque will open and ask to 
burn to disk, BTW Gparted is a cd Iso,

Or , right click the file and and select burn to disk.

Wayne A



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