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Old 9th May 2010, 17:45
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Default I need help downloading a Linux Distro!

I don't know if I only need the 3 ISO images that're last in the list and which is the installer.

MD5SUMS
MD5SUMS.sign
SHA1SUMS
SHA1SUMS .sign
Binary-1.iso
Binary-2.iso
DVD-1.iso

Would you know of a free Windows-based disc burning software that allows the disk to be left after use, i.e. allows writing on it again.

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Which distribution? Can you post the link to the download page? (You probably have to download DVD-1.iso.)
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Would you know of a free Windows-based disc burning software that allows the disk to be left after use, i.e. allows writing on it again.
Try Easy Burn ISO - it's freeware
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