on the windows software, if you burn iso images i don't think it gives you the option to
finalize it either.
not sure what he uses to burn it.
On 11/2/06, Tim <[email protected]> wrote:
On Thu, 2006-11-02 at 00:37 -0500, Charles Butterfield wrote:
> Perhaps it's just a coincidence, but I burned two DVDs of the FC6
> installation with finalization and they were both corrupt somehow.
> The third DVD, burned from the same downloaded ISO file was burned
> without finalization and is not corrupt. Does this make sense? Is it
> in some sense obvious? Anyway, if the finalization truly causes a
> problem, perhaps this posting will help someone else.
I wouldn't have thought you should finalise an ISO sourced disc. The
ISO is an image of what should be on the disc. It is a finalised image,
Finalising is to do with when *YOU* are creating a file system on a
disc, from anew. You're not doing that, in this case.
(Currently testing FC5, but still running FC4, if that's important.)
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