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Burning BOOTABLE CDs

Burning BOOTABLE CDs

Burning BOOTABLE CDs

(OP)
Hi All-
    Here's my question for the week ;):
How do I burn a bootable CD image purely under Linux? I know I can use mkisofs with a few other options to create a bootable image, then copy the image file to a M$ Win32 box, then finally use EasyCD Creator to burn the image onto a CD, but isn't there a quick, easy way to get the whole thing done ofn the Linux box?


Here come the burner wars..... ;)

-Robherc
robherc@netzero.net

*nix installation & program collector/reseller. Contact me if you think you've got one that I don't :-)

RE: Burning BOOTABLE CDs

(OP)
Thanks bit-

I just printed it out....will give it a go on my Linux box later this evening.

-Robherc
robherc@netzero.net

*nix installation & program collector/reseller. Contact me if you think you've got one that I don't :-)

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