[opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
uhrich.1 at gradsch.ohio-state.edu
Mon Oct 23 14:11:12 EDT 2006
I know this sounds pretty lame, but I use a software package called
cdburnerxp pro 3 to burn iso files in windows. It's freeware and burns
dvds and cds. It hasn't installed any spyware on the machines I have
used and generally it is a nice little free burning software. However,
many other cd writing applications can burn iso images....
BTW, a google of "burn iso images" provided this link with 4 different
methods other than the way I just described.
Systems Engineer @ OSU Graduate School
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From: BRIAN SWANEY [mailto:swaney.29 at osu.edu]
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2006 1:10 PM
To: Marc Uhrich
Subject: Re: RE: [opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
I loaded the iso file (I imagine it's a "picture" of a disk) to my
computer, but how would I burn it to a disk? My disk burner
(Sonic/Roxio) only reads then copies, but doesn't hasve the option to
load a "project" from an iso.
----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Uhrich <uhrich.1 at gradsch.ohio-state.edu>
Date: Monday, October 23, 2006 8:14 am
Subject: RE: [opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
> If you want to save some time and resize your windows partition
> you can
> use a bootable cd of gparted which supports growing and shrinking of
> NTFS partitions. The project is located here
> http://gparted.sourceforge.net/. Although I have used it many
> times and
> not destroyed a partition, it is recommended to have a backup of your
> data before attempting to modify partitions. I've also resized my
> partitions using Partition Magic, but gparted seems to work just
> as well
> and is free. Hope this opens your eyes to some more options.
> Marc Uhrich
> Systems Engineer @ OSU Graduate School
> 247 University Hall, 230 N Oval Mall
> Columbus, Ohio 43210
> (614) 292-6998
> -----Original Message-----
> From: opensource-bounces at cse.ohio-state.edu
> [opensource-bounces at cse.ohio-state.edu] On Behalf Of BRIAN SWANEY
> Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2006 11:40 PM
> To: Open Source mailing list
> Subject: [opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
> I just installed the Ubuntu disk from the involvement fair (sort
> of...)and need some help finding linux-compatible drivers. Is
> anyone able to
> help me? Also, it's confined to about a 3 gigabyte partition
> because I
> can't figure out how to either shrink or obliterate the Windows
> partition (it's "locked"). I'm going to try calling OIT,but based on
> their response to Intel, I'm not so sure they'll want to help me
> link to
> their network using Linux.
> In any case, I'd really like some help putting Linux into a bigger
> partition. Maybe I'll have Microsoft run in a little Linux-cage
> from a
> dual-operating system boot orf something like that, as described
> at the
> last meeting, to write papers and stuff, or maybe I'll just
> scratch it
> all together. I'm not sure yet, whatever works better.
> -Briana Swaney
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