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10.3: Create bootable ISO Image CDs using Disk Utility
Authored by: larkost on Feb 23, '04 11:33:18AM

If you choose "ignore" when you insert a CD, or wait until prompted to put in the CD, then you can simply open Disk Copy/Disk Utility and chose the iso file to burn. I did this the other day to burn a Devil-Linux live cd, and am successfully booting/running off of it now (my firewall).



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10.3: Create bootable ISO Image CDs using Disk Utility
Authored by: matx666 on Feb 23, '04 01:02:35PM

I never had a problem either, using the "ignore" and then launching Disk Utility. Also, if you have a .cdr file or something Disk Utilty does not want to burn, then dragging to the bottom section will allow disk utility to recognize it, then burn.



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