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Re: fedora live dvd

Thank you very much for you help,
But now I am getting new problem while installing fedora via virtual box.
I allocated space of 16GB for it , and I am installing it from boot.iso as stated earlier.
At the time of installation I choose "Remove all linux partition and choose default layout".
Checked "review and modifying partitioning layout ". Clicked on next and then clicked on write changes to disk . After selecting drive on which fedora is to be installed , I clicked on next and window is popped up saying "Enable Network Interface". When I click ok it said "exit installer" or "debug". Can't I skip this step. Why I need to be connected to internet.
After this I have no other option left but to exit installer.

thank you

On Sun, Feb 8, 2009 at 2:16 AM, Aldo Foot <lunixer gmail com> wrote:
On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 9:47 AM, shivam tiwari <bigbang4u2 gmail com> wrote:
> Sir,
> I just copied fedora 10 from my friends dvd insted of burning it to dvd.
> So I just have copied files in my computer. I know it can't boot.
> Please tell me how i can make create bootable dvd of these copied files.
> thankyou

See this tutorial on using k3b. Choose "Burn DVD ISO image"

if you don't have k3b do "sudo yum install k3b"


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