Overcoming the 2GB limit in writing a dvd iso to disk
cannewilson at tiscali.co.uk
Thu Nov 30 08:52:41 UTC 2006
On Thursday 30 November 2006 01:36, Jeffrey D. Yuille wrote:
> Tony Nelson wrote:
> > At 7:06 PM -0500 11/29/06, Jeffrey D. Yuille wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> Does anyone know how to overcome the 2gb limit in writing a dvd iso
> >> image to a dvd-r disk.
> > It sounds like you are trying to make an new iso containing an iso. If
> > so, split the file into 2 GB segments. ISO9660 file fragments can't be
> > larger than 2 GB, and multiple fragment support is iffy. If not, just
> > burn the iso to the disk.
> Hello Tony,
> Thanks for the reply. How can I split the iso file into 2gb
> segments? I am not aware of how to do this. The actual iso file that I
> am trying to burn to a dvd disk is the Fedora Core DVD iso. The iso
> file size is 3.3.gb, which exceeds the 2gb size.
As Jeffrey says, there is no problem with this in k3b. Simply choose Tools
from the menu, then 'Burn DVD ISO Image'
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