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Old 03-26-2006, 04:47 PM   #1
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Can I burn Iso images to a cd-rw? I want to install debian linux, but there are like 14 images, and I don't want to waste 14 cd's for a one time install. I have a second computer which I can use to burn them, so I could rotate between 2 cd-rw's that would be used to install debian.
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yes, i believe you can
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Old 03-26-2006, 08:24 PM   #3
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yes, i believe you can
cool. They are around 640 Megs, so I'll give it a try.
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Old 03-26-2006, 08:26 PM   #4
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In Nero, just select the option to burn an image.
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Default Re: burning iso images

Yes, ISO images can be burned to CD-R's. Some programs like Nero, let you use BurningROM to burn images.
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Yes, ISO images can be burned to CD-R's. Some programs like Nero, let you use BurningROM to burn images.
You mean cd-rw's? I am using cheeta burner, the free demo.
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CD-R, CR-RW, whatever...they're the same other than the fact that CD-RW's can be rewritten.
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Yep, they can
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Lol, if you had a dvd burner handy you could do all that in one or two dvds. Going with the cd-rws seems like the best bet.
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You only need to download one ISO! Each of the ISOs will be a different version, so pick the one with the highest number, for example pick 3.4 over 1.2, and download it!
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