[Inx] iso>cd will not boot
andrem at internode.on.net
Fri Dec 25 23:58:57 PST 2009
Please reply to the list (reply to all).
It appears that you did not burn the iso but rather "copied" the iso
file. Easy to check - when you put the CD in, do the contents show
"casper" and "isolinux"? If they do not, you have merely copied the iso
as an iso and will have to do it again.
md5sum check is described here:
On Sat, 2009-12-26 at 01:07 -0600, jeff wrote:
> Bios is set up to boot from my cd and dvd, also am using dual boot with
> windows running Ubuntu 9.10. When the disk is accessed during the boot
> sequence there is no boot from the iso. image on disk, so i guess the
> problem is somewhere between download and burn.
> Don't know how to use md5sum, did click it on your menu, which did open
> a window but nothing happened except that it displaced some characters
> and numbers.
> When booting, the sequence does sequence thru the drives to the boot
> loader and offers the normal choice between linux and windows. I am a
> novice but have been running linux for about a year and am able to use
> the terminal. Matter of fact prefer the terminal.
> thanks again in advance.
> On Sat, 2009-12-26 at 16:28 +1100, Andre Mangan wrote:
> > Hello Jeff,
> > Brasero can be tricky but you should burn the inx.iso with "Burn an
> > existing CD/DVD image to disc".
> > Check the integrity of your downloaded iso with md5sum before burning.
> > Check that your computer is set up with a "boot from CD" option. You
> > can adjust that in the BIOS under boot sequence.
> > That should assure success.
> > Andre
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