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qwerty71
post Mar 23 2014, 09:12 AM
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Hi,
Apologies, this is a very basic question...
I have downloaded and mounted a Linux ISO (Mint 13 Maya Xfce) to create an installation DVD. The folders/file in the raw image are:

[.disk]
[boot]
[casper]
[install]
[isolinux]
[preseed]
md5sum.txt

This is not being read by my DVD drive when booting, and the BIOS boot order settings appear correct. Should there be an autorun.inf file or something else for the disc to initiate the installation? Thanks for any advice
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michaelk
post Mar 24 2014, 05:18 AM
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Still having trouble does not provide us with any useful information. What happened?

What was the source where you downloaded the image?

You might want to try using the current version i.e 16.
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qwerty71
post Mar 24 2014, 09:20 AM
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Still having trouble does not provide us with any useful information.


On the contrary, I already provided all relevant information in my opening post. Are there files missing from what should be an installation disc, and if so which ones?

If you don't know, fair enough. I'll seek a solution elsewhere.
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