Linux Create CD
- Make new directory in /tmp. Use: mkdir
- Copy your files to this new direcotory
- Make the files world readable. Use: chmod -R 0666
- Enter: xhost +
- Enter: sudo xcdroast
- A warning message appear asking if you want to
continue. Click on "Yes".
- The main window appears with a menu on the left
- Select: [Create CD] button on master menu. The Create
CD Windows opens.
- Select: [Master Tracks] button on left menu.
- Set write speed to 8 (or less).
- Select: [Master Source] Tab.
- Unselect the "Display Directories Only" option
box to see file names.
- Highlight source files and directories in the
"Files/Directories View" window.
- Click on the [Add] button to move them to the "Session
- Select: [ISO9660 Options] Tab.
- If the CD will be read by Windows only unselect the
"Rocky Ridge" option.
- If the CD will be read by Linux only leave "Rocky
- Select: [ISO9660 Header] Tab.
- Fill in the Volumn Label for the new CD and any other
- Select: [Create Session / Image] Tab.
- Set "File Prefix" to name the image file you will
- Click on the [Calculate Size] button.
- Select: [Master to Image File] button to create the ISO9660
- Wait for "Mastering Successful" message to
indicate mastering is completed.
- Select: [Write Tracks] button on the left menu.
- Select: [Tracks Layout] Tab.
- Highlight your image fine in the "Image - Infomation'
- Click on the [Add] button to move the image to the
"Tracks to Write" window.
- Click on [Accept Tracks Layout] button when done.
- Select: [Write Tracks] Tab. (Writing Phase).
- UnSelect: "Simulate Write" option box.
- Select: "Eject After Write" option box.
- Select: [Write Tracks] button at bottom.
- Wait for "Tracks Successfully Written" message to
indicate writing is completed
- Remove the directory you made in /tmp. Use: rm -Rf
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