"Burning cd-roms under linux is just as easy as it is under
Windows, probably easier. The reason is that you use the same
tools no matter what hardware you have, be it a SCSI cd-recordable
drive or an IDE-based one. You won't be using the software included
for use with that other operating system."
"This means your time is well-spent in that the software remains
the same and so whatever drive you happen to be using, the commands
and front-ends will stay the same. Relieved?"
"Most linux distributions have iso images on their ftp sites. So
instead of going and purchasing a cd-rom with that iso image on it,
you can download that iso image and use cdrecord to burn the image
to a cd-recordable disc or a cd-rewriteable disc. Shouldn't be any
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