Re: question on FC6 installation

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If you're using K3B, click on "tools" then "CD" then "Burn CD image"
Then just point it to the FC6 iso's. You'll have to do that for each ISO


On Mon, 2007-03-26 at 23:50 -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Monday 26 March 2007, Charles Li wrote:
> >I just dl and burned the fc6 cds.  I have set my bios
> >to boot from cdrom.  After restarting the pc, it did
> >not try to boot from the cdrom.  I start the old
> >fedora and can see the cdrom with all the stuff for
> >fc6.  What am I doing wrong?  Did the cd not burn
> >right?  How can I check it?
> >
> >Thanks.
> >
> If you open the cd and see the file you burned, its wrong.  These .iso 
> images are the whole cd, filesystem and all, and if all you see is 
> the .iso file you burned, its the wrong style of burn.  Use it for a 
> somewhat leaky drink coaster, or maybe skeet practice.
> Most burn programs have a write iso image function, and this is the one 
> you should use.
> Its a common mistake.
> -- 
> Cheers, Gene
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