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Old 07-10-2005, 12:46 PM   #1
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I am just wondering of there is anyway that I can make a Cd Menu for linux software so when I put the software on a blank cd-r so when the user puts it in the cd rom the cd menu comes up asking either to install the software or read me files.
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Yeah it's possible. But it'd probably require some coding.

Doesn't a normal sized operating system take about a CD though? So I don't think you could fit two complete Operating systems on one disk.
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Coding required definitely.
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