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kestrel
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i downloaded the cd ISO images for Linux Fedora Core 6, i burned the first one to a dvd.
i used DigitalMedia Home by Roxio, the burn went file until the very end, it said that there was a error during the burn and i had to try again. I opened the cd, and found a bunch of files there. So i tried to boot up, but it said i was missing a kernel iso

any ideas?
Feb 13 '07
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Atli
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
Hi.

Quick question from a Windows addict :)
(Didn't think this worthy of a new post so...)

You all seeme to be familliar with Linux.
If I was to try out linux would I be able to use any of my Windows software?

I mean stuff like Visual Studio and Dreamweaver.
Feb 16 '07 #21
Motoma
3,237 Recognized Expert Specialist
Hi.

Quick question from a Windows addict :)
(Didn't think this worthy of a new post so...)

You all seeme to be familliar with Linux.
If I was to try out linux would I be able to use any of my Windows software?

I mean stuff like Visual Studio and Dreamweaver.
To the best of my knowledge, neither of those will run in Linux.
However, Linux does have KDevelop, Quanta Plus, and NVu.
Feb 16 '07 #22
Atli
5,058 Recognized Expert Expert
Allright, I'll be checking that out.

Thank you.
Feb 16 '07 #23
drhowarddrfine
7,435 Recognized Expert Expert
Also check out a new one called Geany. There are a bazillion other IDEs and editors.
Feb 16 '07 #24
whires
1 New Member
I downloaded the Fedora Core 7 x64 ISO image (it's 778MB large) and it failed to burn onto a CDROM-R disc (file incompatible). I checked that the CD-R media can hold about 700 MB of data and other types of discs hold a similar anount. I also noted that a later release candidate of Fedora Core 7 is 805 MB large. How can I burn these images if standard CDROMs are limited to 700MB?
Please advise.
Thnaks.
May 3 '07 #25
bonski
53 New Member
yeah.. good to be back... hello everybody... uhmmm so.... speaking of ISO and burning some stuff.. i downloaded FEDORA 7 ISO file... and there's another ISO file included on the download... the rescuecd... so should i burn it together with the i386-DVD or burn it in a separate CD-R? hahaha.. sorry for the question guys..... new to linux... thanks in advance...

bonski
Nov 7 '07 #26
RedSon
5,000 Recognized Expert Expert
yeah.. good to be back... hello everybody... uhmmm so.... speaking of ISO and burning some stuff.. i downloaded FEDORA 7 ISO file... and there's another ISO file included on the download... the rescuecd... so should i burn it together with the i386-DVD or burn it in a separate CD-R? hahaha.. sorry for the question guys..... new to linux... thanks in advance...

bonski
usually you would have two disks, one with the install and one for the rescue.
Nov 7 '07 #27
bonski
53 New Member
usually you would have two disks, one with the install and one for the rescue.
oh... ok... thanks RedSon... so i'm going to burn it now... hahaha.. i'll be back for more questions... about linux.. hahaha.. maybe..

thanks again..

bonski
Nov 8 '07 #28

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