Re: [SUSE Linux Users] burn the 9.3 Pro DVD
- --- ken <gebser@...> wrote:
>Yes, Yast can install software from disk.
> Good question. I did this very thing with RH9 a
> year or two ago. The
> install program has to allow it and, of course, you
> can't install linux
> on the partition where the ISOs are located. Has
> anyone who has
> installed suse ever seen an option in the install
> program to "install
> from disk"?
Installing from an ISO image on disk requires the
image be mounted.
> A simpler alternative is to download a reduced DVD--
> somebody put
> together a suse 9.3 Pro DVD, taking out the 64-bit
> binaries. Find it at
> <http://www.interknet.net/bt/?torrent=suse93>. I'm
> downloading it right
> now, right now if anyone else wants to jump into an
> active bittorrent.
> Randall wrote:
> >Can the DVD version be installed to a hard drive
> and can it be ran in a
> >standard cd drive ?
> >-----Original Message-----
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> >Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 11:55 AM
> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> >Subject: [SUSE Linux Users] burn the 9.3 Pro DVD
> >The Suse 9.3 Pro DVD ISO is over 8G. How do you
> burn something that big?
> A lot of us are working harder than we want, at
> things we don't like to
> do. Why? ...In order to afford the sort of
> existence we don't care to live.
> -- Bradford Angier
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- --- In email@example.com, "ken" <gebser@s...> wrote:
> The Suse 9.3 Pro DVD ISO is over 8G. How do you burn something thatbig?
Charcol lighter fluid or a small can of gasoline?
Or on could use a dual layered dvd burner....