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burning_iso [2013/05/19 16:53]
Rob Whyte
burning_iso [2019/02/09 10:31]
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-===== Burning an iso to optical media =====  
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-A Vinux image needs to be written to optical or USB media in a specific way, you cannot just copy the file to a CD in the same way you would copy documents or music. 
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-To write to optical media such as a blank DVD, right click on the iso image in the file browser and select Write to Disk. This will open [[Brasero_burning|Brasero]]  where you can follow the prompts to burn the image. 
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-You can also do this from a command prompt using [[wodim|wodim]]. 
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-Open [[gnome-terminal|Gnome terminal]] by pressing: 
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-<code> 
-Control, Alt + T 
-</code> 
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-Navigate to where you downloaded your image, in this case we use your default downloads location. 
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-<code> 
-cd Downloads 
-</code> 
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-Please note that Downloads has a capital D and that you can use [[tab_completion|Tab completion]] to complete the full filename. 
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-Using the name of the Vinux image you downloaded, type: 
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-<code> 
-[[sudo|sudo]] wodim Vinux-3.0.2-I386.iso 
-</code> 
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-You will also be prompted for your user password to elevate privellages. 
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