copying SunOS distribution CD's

Anthony J. Gabrielson agabriel at
Fri Feb 18 14:51:45 EST 2000

	You can get nero at they have demo's
available.  Unfortuanately the software is only for windows - but it is

Hope thats a help,

On Fri, 18 Feb 2000, Glenn Burkhardt wrote:

> > Hello,
> > 	I have a copy of SunOS if you want to borrow it.  I'm not sure how
> > the individual did it, but he got me a bootable copy.  How are you doing
> > the copy with XCDRoast?  Are you going cd - cd.  XCDroast can only do pure
> > ISO 9660 cd to cd.  Did you take a look at nero burning rom?  Jerry showed
> > me that - and it can handle most cd formats.  Anyway if you can't get it
> > to copy - I'll lend you mine if you want.
> > 
> > Hope thats a help,
> > Anthony
> Thanks, we have several copies too, and I don't really mind going to Sun
> to get a replacement copy for the one our customer lost.  But I just bought
> a new toy (HP 9100i CDwriter) for my Linux system, and so I thought I'd use
> it.  Two ruined CD's later, I still don't have a bootable copy.  I tried
> CD to CD with gcombust, and CD to disk to CD with XCDroast, using the lastest
> beta edition and the new non-alpha cdrecord 1.8.  But it didn't work.
> Where do I get a copy of 'nero burning rom'?

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