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Hello, I wanted to know if there is a way to burn a bootable Red Hat Enterprise Linux DVD. I have tried unsuccessfully. Is there a special way to join all 4 CDs into 1 DVD?

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Have you tried the burning tool 'K3b' ?   It is in the KDE-Menu under Multimedia / CD/DVD burning.
I have only burned CD's with it so far, but the method for your CD --> DVD purpose should work as well:
Roghly spoken you'd do like that: Start a new projekt, put all your CD-Data into project list (file list) and
then simply start to burn your DVD from what's in the list.
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xDamox earned 125 total points
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Hi,

Redhat Enterprise Linux does currently not have a DVD so I would strongly advise you burn the 4 .iso on to CD
using k3b
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