: : : a more easy way:
: : :
: : : cdrecord -dev=0,0,0 speed=99 /path/to/iso.iso
: : (nitpicking) that wouldn't actually work on my machine due to the wrong dev numbers
so if you want to go all-commandline, then it'd be safest to start by doing
: : cdrecord -scanbus
: : to get the device number for the writer. then you might want to add driveropts=burnfree
, just in case
: : on the other hand, he was asking about interfaces (gtoaster)
: Thank you !
: Well drag and drop does'nt seem to work or I may not have set the
: options properly, and I am not too comfortable with that.But the
: command seems simple enough.So it is
: cdrecord -dev=0,0,0 speed=99 /root/woody-i386-1.iso then.
: I read the HOW-TO, and thought maybe mkisofs ? , like for floppies.
: Also, will this make the CD bootable ?
The command worked fine , and it is bootable.