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Corel linux setup

I downloaded Corel Linux from Cnet.com The download was 311megs and downloaded as an ISO file. It said inorder to use this it had to be installed on a cd. I installed the ISO file onto the cd. Now it is one big 311meg ISO file. How do I install it. I'm putting it in a pentium 100 with 80 megs of ram and a 1 gig drive. Do I have to unzip it somehow? Do I need a certain bootup disk? Or did I burn the cd wrong. Help.
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bcwhiteCommented:
An ISO9660 file _is_ a CDROM.  It's the low-level filesystem.  Your burner should have an option to burn an "image" instead of "files".

Once you've burned the image directly, you'll have a bootable CD-ROM that you can install from.

Without knowing exactly what burner you're using, there's no way I can give specific instructions.  Sorry.

-- Brian
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KevinGenAuthor Commented:
I found it. I am using Easy CD Creator. Thanks for the help.
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