[CentOS] Created a DVD from Gnome Desktop -CentOS-5.3
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use power ISO
On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 6:13 PM, ken <gebser at mousecar.com> wrote:
> On 10/20/2009 10:44 AM Nicolas Thierry-Mieg wrote:
> > James B. Byrne wrote:
> >> I am trying to put the dvd iso image of CentOS-5.4 onto a DVD. I
> >> have an LG multi-writer installed. I have used this device on this
> >> host to created CDs in the past but this is my first attempt at
> >> creating a dvd.
> >> When I put a blank DVD-R media in the drive then I see a desktop
> >> icon for "CD-ROM Disc" created. When I open the bittorent folder
> >> and click on the iso image "CentOS-5.4-x86_64-bin-DVD.iso" then I am
> >> prompted to open the image with "CD/DVD Creator". When I do this
> >> then I get a new window opened with the image file in the lower
> >> portion and an entry at the top labelled:
> >> CD/DVS Creator Folder and a button labled "Write to Disc"
> >> When I click on write to disc I am prompted to either create from
> >> image or create from file. I select image and am propted for the
> >> speed. I select maximum possible (the default) and press the write
> >> button. I get this error:
> >> Insert a rewritable or blank disc
> >> Please put a disc, with at least 4.3 GiB free, into the drive. The
> >> following disc types are supported:
> >> DVD+R DL, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW
> >> I get the same thing if I use a DVD-RAM. What is going on? I have
> >> used the same model dvd writer on a MSWindows stations and have
> >> created readible dvds therefrom.
> >> Any ideas on how to proceed?
> > probably not really the solution you were asking for, but you could try
> > with k3b (yum install k3b).
> > I haven't tried it with the C5.4 iso yet but it usually works great for
> I use k3b also and it works pretty good most of the time. When it
> doesn't, I use cdrecord from the command line. I've tried the gnome
> burner, but could never figure out how to get it to work. The UI needs
> more work IMO.
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