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Re: How to burn ISO image on Fedora linux?

Hi friend,

I have executed the command "cat NW4_TestDrive.iso_Part_a* > NW4_TestDrive.iso" successfully on my linux server. It created an ISO image file like "NW4_TestDrive.iso". But how to read this file?should I burn this iso image on to DVD? Unfortunately my linux server doesn't have DVD burner. Is there any alternative way to access this file?

Please advise me in this context

Thanks,

Krishna

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2005 at 02:54 AM

    Hi

    As Far as your problem to burn the ISO image is concerned you can either use this Script Or check The Link Below it ......

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    #!/bin/bash

    1. burn-iso is a quick script to burn Fedora Core 1 Binary ISO images to CD-R

    2. Type "cdrecord -scanbus" to find out your "dev=" values

    3. NOTE: If you are unable to burn with "-dao" (Disk-At-Once) mode

    4. remove "-dao" option

    for n in 1 2 3

    do

    sleep 5

    cdrecord -v -eject -dao driveropts=burnfree speed=24 dev=1,0,0 yarrow-i386-disc$n.iso

    sleep 5

    done

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    http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/linux/RHL-9-Manual/getting-started-guide/s1-disks-cdrw.html

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    Have a nice time ahead.....

    Mithlesh Kumar Jha

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