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ISO image to CD/DVD

  • by

[root@localhost govath]# cdrecord dev=help

Now write to disk:

[root@localhost govath]# cdrecord -v -eject speed=8 dev=0,1,0 test.iso

In this example:

  • -v is verbose
  • -eject ejects the disk when finished
  • -speed specifies write speed (8)
  • -dev is the device number (0,1,0) obtained from cdrecord -scanbus
  • Last is the name of the image being burned (test.iso)

Other way:

Check if you have xcdroast.



yum install xcdroast.i386

Using XCdRoast GUI:

  • Duplicate CD/DVD
  • Create CD/DVD