Re: Looking for an easy way of making a iso DVD

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Bob Chiodini wrote:

>On Thu, 2005-11-03 at 17:21 +0000, Paul Smith wrote:
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>
>>On 11/3/05, Robin Laing <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>>>>>I am looking for an easy way of making a iso DVD. Could someone please
>>>>>>give me some advice?
>>>>>>            
>>>>>>
>>>>>k3b will do it.  It's under Tools.
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>Thanks, Bob and John. K3b seems to be useless, as one needs a ready
>>>>iso file, and what I am looking for, it is a simple way of producing
>>>>the iso file.
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>>>>
>>>In k3b click on  File> New Project > New Data DVD Project
>>>
>>>Drag and drop your files to the DVD window and then when you click
>>>burn, only create the ISO.
>>>
>>>Done it and it works.
>>>
>>>If you mean a DVD as in Movie with the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS
>>>directories, that is authoring the DVD more than creating the ISO.
>>>      
>>>
>>True, k3b does produce an iso DVD, however not bootable... Can one use
>>k3b to make it bootable when copied into a DVD disk?
>>
>>Paul
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>Paul,
>
>"Easy" probably not.  Supposedly mkisofs can create DVD iso images, but
>I've never tried it.  Take a look at the man pages for mkisofs and
>mkbootdisk.  There is an explanation on making bootable CDs (man
>mkisofs), but it's rather complicated (at least to me).
>
>I did not see a k3b option, but not all of the options are displayed
>running it under gnome.
>
>Sorry not much help.
>
>Bob...
>
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>
In K3b Settings, Writing, there is a check box under Projects, Data
Project Add system files.

Peter


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