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Installing Fedora

Posted on 2006-07-22
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I have the 6 iso images to install.  I an a little confused how to make the 1st CD bootable.  I am using CDBurnerXP version 3, but am willing to use another burner if free.

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If You have ISO image, it's bootable. Just write it to CD as cd-image - not regualar file... Every cdburner can do that.
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http://www.cdburnerxp.se/help/burniso

for a nice little picture of what to do. Assuming that the iso has downloaded successfully, then this will result in a bootable iso:)

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