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Need help for burning suse


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enigmamachine

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Hi,
i already download suse 9.3 cd1.iso, but i cant burn into cd using iso / image file, maybe should i make myself iso for this or directly burn entire content of file to cd? need help...
thanks
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It looks to me like you are trying to burn an ISO image to a cd from multiple files on your harddrive. I know it can be done in Linux, and I'm sure you must be able to do it in Windows somehow (but I dont know how to do it) :tazz:

Let me ask a few questions

Are you new to linux?
Are you interested in a live CD?

The advantage to the live CD is that you dont have to make any changes to your harddrive, since the Linux OS and the applications all reside on your boot CD.

Are you really set on using suse? The reason I ask is that there are a couple of other live cd distros that are easier to download and setup, especially if you are using a Windows machine. Ubuntu is good one that is easy to setup.

Regards

EMCguy
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enigmamachine

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yes, i downloaded 5 folder and files (iso) from few http and ftp, maybe i may know what sites will give some guide about that

yes, i'm very new for linux, and wanna change my os to linux slowly
yes, is it same with iso cd linux?
yes i'm interested for linux suse, maybe i can take ur advice to download ubuntu distro ( maybe after i give up to burn and install suse....lol)
well, thanks anyway
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enigmamachine

I'd give ubuntu a shot. the download of the live CD is about 650 Mb. Set it up to download over night, and with luck youll get it. Be sure to burn it as an ISO image.

And be sure you download the Live CD distro.

Best regards,

Paul

Post back here if you have problems
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enigmamachine

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thanks EMCguy,
now i already installed suse 9.3 on my pc, i post my pc details :
Owner: enigmamachine
Organisation: enigmacode,Inc.
User: xxx
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Professionnal 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2
Report Date: Monday 08 August 2005 at 22:40

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

<<< System Summary >>>

> Mainboard : http://www.abit.com.tw/ Fatal1ty AA8XE (Intel Alderwood-ICH6R)

> Chipset : Intel i925XE

> Processor : Intel Pentium 4 540J @ 3345 MHz

> Physical Memory : 1024 MB (2 x 512 DDR2-SDRAM PC4300 @ 133 MHz)

> Video Card : ATI Technologies Inc Radeon X600 Series

> Hard Disk : Maxtor 6Y120M0 SATA (123 GB)

> Hard Disk : ST380011A ATA (80 GB)

> DVD-Rom Recorder : BENQ DVD DD DW1620 CDR, CDR-W, DVD-R (40x ) (40x )

> Monitor Type : AL512 15 inchs

> Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP Professionnal 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2


> Bios : Phoenix Technologies, LTD
>> General Information
Manufacturer : Phoenix Technologies, LTD
Version : 6.00 PG
Date : 23 March 2005
Address : 0xE000 on 512 KB
DMI Version : 2.3
>> Characteristics
Flashable : Yes
Socketed : Yes

> Chipset : Intel i925XE
>> General Information
NorthBridge : Intel i925XE
SouthBridge : 82801FB/FR ICH6/ICH6R LPC Controller
>> NorthBridge Information
Architecture : Direct Media Interface (DMI)
Manufacturer : Intel (Abit Computer Corp)
Codename : Alderwood-E
Revision : C2
FSB Frequency : 209.1 MHz
Bus Speed : 836.3 MHz (QDR)
Memory Bus Speed : 209.1 MHz
> Processor : Intel Pentium 4 540J
>> General Information
Internal Specification : Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.20GHz
Model Number : 540J (estimated)
Codename : Prescott
Revision : E0
Technology : 0.09µ
CPU ID : F.4.1
Microcode : MU0F410D
Number of Logical Processors : 2

> Video Card : RX600 Pro-Guru
>> General Information
Model : Radeon X600 Series
Manufacturer : Abit Computer Corp
Bus Type : PCI-Express
Manufacturer : ATI Technologies Inc.
Total Memory : 256 MB
Texture Memory : 498 MB
Processor : RADEON X600 PRO (0x5B62)
Converter : Internal DAC(400MHz)
Refresh Rate (min/max) : 56/75 Hz
>> Video Bios Information
Date : 04/10/08
ID : BK-ATI VER008.015.093.000
ATI Catalyst : v 4.90


> Processor Temperature : 20 °C

> Hard Disk Temperature Maxtor 6Y120M0 : 55 °C

> Hard Disk Temperature ST380011A : 48 °C

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
***** End of report *****

ok, at grub booting menu i find out :
-suse 9.3
-suse 9.3 (XEN)
-windows
-Suse 9.3 (failsafe)
-memory test

boot option:.......

i choose suse 9.3, and start to loading "initialize hardware"...."system setting"......"loading desktop".....after that my monitor only display black (maybe crash) and show "out of range"...i try this 3 times...after that i boot from cd1, and i pick "repair installed system", after run i find out something like this :

dbus : /var/run/dbus.....no

hal : /var/run/hal..........no

postfix:
/usr/sbin/postdrop........G
/usr/sbin/postqueue.......G

Util-linux : /var/lib/nfs/state........no

(all letter in red color)

so i pick "repair" after that system automatically repair, then system reboot, so i try to go to boot console by type "linux 3", system start......when finish ask me to login, so i type name of user login (as i create for root), but when i want to type password, nothing show in display.....(maybe my keyboard freeze)
what went wrong? need assist for problem.......
thanks again...
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you need to configure your monitor and video, using yast or sax2, try booting straight into the command line, without graphical and typing sax2, or yast at the command line.
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you need to configure your monitor and video, using yast or sax2, try booting  straight into the command line, without graphical and typing sax2, or yast at the command line.

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thanks for answer
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