Vinux burning problems

Devon Stewart devonst17 at
Tue Jul 3 00:43:11 EDT 2012

I don't have much experience with this, but I wanted to clarify: 715766 KB is 699 MB, you need to divide KB by 1024 to get MB, not 1000. Is there an md5 sum associated with your download? You might be able to verify whether the iso is bad or your setup.


On Jul 2, 2012, at 21:28, Glenn <glennervin at> wrote:

> I believe this image is designed for a CD.
> I just booted to the Vinux I installed onto a USB thumb drive, and it would 
> not let me burn it to the CD either.
> Then I put a rewriteable DVD into the drive, and in Linux, I was able to 
> burn it.
> It read it as 699 MB.
> It read that even with Over-Burn on, it could not write to the CD.
> So I believe there is a problem with the Vinux download file.
> Glenn
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> Well, Glen, while I   know little of burning, I would think there would be a
> way to directly run an image on a hard-drive.
> As far as your 2 different file sizes, I seem to remember its something 
> about
> 1024 verses??        I trust others will be better able to explain
> Good luck
> Hart
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