__/ [Edwin] on Monday 20 February 2006 23:01 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> "...The emails came flooding in. A couple were semi-abusive but most
>> were helpful and encouraging. The problem it seems is that you need
>> CD-ROM burning software that can handle the ISO images that you download
>> for your Linux distribution. Oh gee, I wish Ubuntu would have written
>> that somewhere visible on their site - like where they talk about
>> downloading images..."
>> So again, the author blames Linux.
> No, once again he blames the lack of documentation on the Ubantu
> download site.
> He also blamed Microsoft: "And guess what? Windows Media Player, which
> comes with Windows XP and can be used for burning CD-ROMs doesn't handle
> ISO images. I wonder why? I would like to thank Microsoft for helping me
> waste 8 perfectly good blank CDs."
Yes, I noticed that. *smile* What a cheapskate to whine about 8 blank CD's.
What was he thinking when he burned an operating system using a media player
anyway? Did he truly think Microsoft would offer such a facility?