Going to look at cd burning once got the us mem stick sorted got it mounted
now just need to work out how to view 'drives' in kde..
From: Tony Whitmore [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 08 June 2005 21:25
To: SuSE for Schools
Subject: Re: [suse-linux-uk-schools] ok starter for 10... CD -rewriters /
Thomas Adam wrote:
--- Russell Dyas
>Next question how to write to a CD-R.
The act of burning a CDR[W] is done in two stages.
The first is to
create an ISO. Essentially, an ISO is a "container" for all the files
that you want to appear on the CD, in a format that the CDR will
eventually understand. AFAIK, k3b allows you to create ISOs as well as
burning them to the CD.
Once you've done that, you then have to tell k3b the location of the
created ISO, and that you wish to burn it to the CD. I know I'm being
vague, but the k3b interface is generally intuitive enough. It might
also pay you to read a little more about the art of CD-burning:
k3b allows you to burn data files to a CD without involving the user in
the process of building an ISO. You simply create a new Data CD project,
locate the files you wish to burn in the top half of the screen and drag
them to the bottom half of the screen, where you construct the file tree
you wish to have on the CD. Once done, click the burn button and k3b
burns the stuff to disk.
Oh, it can burn ISO files as well, of course.
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