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  1. #1
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    Copying 9.04

    Hi,

    9.04 is 802 Mbs so I can't cp it to a cd. It appears as 2 files on my Desk top; .bin and .toc.bin can I burn this Ubuntu to dvd as an inallation disc?

    thanks?
    nnjond

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    where did you get a .bin file? usually its an iso file and should only be around 700 meg
    Debian Testing(64bit) + XFCE4 AM2 5200+ ATI Radeon HD4350, 4gig RAM,320Gig and 750gig HDs

    what's the difference between an answer and a solution? An answer is what they want to hear, a solution is what they don't want to hear

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    Along the same line always get the image from here
    http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download
    "You can't expect to hold supreme executive power just because some watery tart lobbed a sword at you"

    "Don't let your mind wander -- it's too little to be let out alone."

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    I just checked with starting a download from here: http://ubuntu-cd.mirror.iweb.ca/9.04/
    and the file was 699meg
    Debian Testing(64bit) + XFCE4 AM2 5200+ ATI Radeon HD4350, 4gig RAM,320Gig and 750gig HDs

    what's the difference between an answer and a solution? An answer is what they want to hear, a solution is what they don't want to hear

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    Don't extract the .iso file, just burn it as is.

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    Thanks for your interest.

    My sw, Brasero, claims the file is 802 Mb and it doesnt give me the option to burn this Ubuntu disc to iso.
    nnjond

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    where did you get it from? none of the official cds should be over 700 meg
    Debian Testing(64bit) + XFCE4 AM2 5200+ ATI Radeon HD4350, 4gig RAM,320Gig and 750gig HDs

    what's the difference between an answer and a solution? An answer is what they want to hear, a solution is what they don't want to hear

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    When you downloaded the file from the site, did it come as the .bin? if it did then you may have downloaded the wrong file. Try and redownload it. Don't do anything with the downloaded file until you run brasero.

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    http://releases.ubuntu.com/9.04/

    Scroll down for the torrents. As you'll see and has been mentioned. 699meg.

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    Re: Copying 9.04

    Maybe that extra 100Mb is the bit that makes 9.04 work without bugs

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