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APPENDIX D EXPLORING THE DVD-ROM AN D OTHE R UBUNTU VERS IONS
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The Ubuntu derivatives are supplied on Side B of the DVD-ROM disc as ISO images. It should be obvious from the individual filenames what each ISO file contains, but you can also consult Table D-1. ISO images are designed to be burned to blank CD-R or CD-RW discs that you boot from in order to install the operating system, just as you booted from Side A of this disc to install Ubuntu. Alternatively, you can use an ISO image to install the operating system on virtual machines. Of course, to burn ISO images to CD, you ll need a CD or DVD drive capable of burning discs. These have been available for many years and are standard features on nearly all desktop and notebook computers. You ll also need a blank CD-R or CD-RW disc and perhaps one or two spares in case your first attempt doesn t work. If you opt to use CDRW discs, these should be blanked prior to use. This can be done with most CD-burning software.
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A PPEND IX D EXPLO RI NG T H E D VD-RO M A ND O TH ER U BUNT U VERS IO NS
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A few rules should be followed whenever burning ISO images: Copy the ISO image to your computer s hard disk. Don t try to burn an ISO image directly from a DVD/CD or a network share. The burning software requires quick access to the ISO file, and this isn t possible when it s not on your hard disk. Always burn at the slowest speed possible, even if your CD/DVD burner is capable of much faster speeds. For some reason, ISO images burned quickly onto discs often fail to work. Even worse, sometimes the discs appear to work until it becomes apparent that one particular file is corrupted and the installation halts. It s not a good idea to use your computer for heavy tasks while burning ISO images. You should refrain from game playing or video editing, although light computer use should be fine (that is, word processing, web browsing, and so on). The instructions in the following sections describe how to burn ISO images to CDs using Ubuntu, Windows, and Mac OS X.
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ISO filenames for Linux distributions can be a little hard to understand, so here s a quick guide. Let s take the Xubuntu 8.04 ISO filename as a guide. Here it is: xubuntu-8.04-desktop-i386.iso This filename consists of four main parts: The first part is the name of the distribution. In this case, it s xubuntu, but this could read edubuntu or just ubuntu, for example. The second part is the version number of the distribution 8.04. The third part is the platform for which the distribution is designed. In this case, this version of Xubuntu is designed for the desktop, but this could read server or alternate, to indicate an alternate install disc. The final part, before the .iso file extension, is a description of the computer architecture for which the distribution is made. i386 means the distribution will run on all 32-bit PCs (which is to say, every computer made since around 1990). You might also see amd64 here, which means the distribution is designed to work on 64-bit processors, such as recent Intel Pentium 4 and AMD Athlon 64 based computers. If you see PowerPC here, it means the distribution is designed to run on PowerPC-based computers, primarily older Apple Macintoshes. ia64 means the distribution is designed to run on computers with Intel s Itanium CPUs.
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Here are the steps for burning CDs from ISO images using Ubuntu:
1. Copy the ISO image to the desktop. 2. Right-click the image on the desktop and select Write to Disc from the menu
that appears.
3. A new dialog box appears. In the Write Speed drop-down list, select the lowest
value possible. If you have more than one CD/DVD writer drive installed on your computer, ensure the correct model is selected from the Write Disc To list, too.
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