In this directory you will find the ISO9660 images for the DemoLinux
CDROM. These files have an .img extension here, even if .iso is more
often used. If your CD writer software prefers a .iso extension, just
rename the .img file to .iso after download.

IMPORTANT:

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IF YOU USE A CD-WRITER SOFTWARE UNDER WINDOWS, PLEASE RENAME THE
cddemo.img FILE ACCORDING TO YOUR SOFTWARE BEFORE PROCEEDING.
For Easy CD: rename to cddemo.iso
For WinOnCD: rename to cddemo.raw
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We also provide a compressed file (extension .gz) which is smaller
and that you can decompress using gunzip.

More information on the DemoLinux project can be found at www.demolinux.org.
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Howto burn an ISO image ?
All the CD-Writing software can use ISO image to burn directly a CD-Rom.

Important note: take care to download the ISO in binary mode (FTP).
By default Netscape download the file in ASCII mode which corrupt the image.i

Please avoid download the ISO with a 56K modem line.
If the dowload fail you can use "Resume" which allow you to continu the download.
It works with ftp (reget), ncftp, CuteFTP, Getright, ...

With Easy CD Creator:
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Open Easy CD Creator
Go to "File"
then to "Create CD from disc image"
make sure to change the bottom drop down menu ("Files of type:") to say
"ISO image files"

It will do the rest after you browse to the *.iso file
(Thanks for zacheyer)

With WinOnCD:
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you can select a
"track-image" project when you click the New button. So long as you are
in track mode, not file-system mode (how that looks depends on whether
you have 3.0 or 3.5) then dragging a track image file onto the CD window
should accept it as a raw track. WinOnCD uses .RAW as its own
extension
(Thanks Rick Jones)


With CD-Record:
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CD-Writing HowTo:
http://howto.linuxberg.com/ptHOWTO/CD-Writing-HOWTO

For example:
cdrecord -v speed=4 dev=4,0 cddemo.img
You get the number on the SCSI bus number with "cdrecord --scanbus"