Re: Burning the ISO images

Subject: Re: Burning the ISO images
Date: Wed Jul 19 2000 - 10:16:46 MDT

 I'm not sure you would need toast deluxe. I just downloaded the two linux
Mandrake iso images (for that *other* hardware platform :-), and I burned
the CDs in MacOS using toast. Under the format menu, there is a format
option called 'disk image' or something like that (sorry, don't have a
MacOS machine in front of me). If this is the same ISO image type as
Mandrake, all you do is drag the image over it and it should be fine.

 If I'm wrong about this, I'd like to know about it.



On Wed, 19 Jul 2000, Scott R. Every wrote:
>you need toast deluxe
>--On Tuesday, July 18, 2000 10:16 PM -0700 Tim Giron <>
>> I have been quite unsuccessful in burning the .iso images in preparation
>> for install. I have the OEM version of Toast 4.1 running on my iMac (I am
>> installing onto a 7500). I read somewhere that I needed to change the
>> file type and creator on the image files to hImg and CDr3 which does
>> change them to Toast files but double clicking them or dragging them onto
>> the Toast window merely produces an Untitled CD with the image file as
>> the only file to be burned (besides the hidden desktop files). I would
>> expect Toast to expand the image out into its directory structure... Do I
>> have to have Toast Deluxe to accomplish a burn from an image file? Before
>> I break down and just purchase the install CDs, is there something else I
>> need to try?


Christopher Murtagh Webmaster / Web Communications Group McGill University Montreal, Quebec Canada

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