willisoften Posted June 6, 2005 Report Share Posted June 6, 2005 (edited) Ok I've just bought a cheap dual layer dvd burner. Lite-on. Does anyone know under Windows it apparently requires 9GB of free space to create a DVD image file. (only for a full disk I hope!) I do have at least 9GB free in /home. BUT how does burning work in Linux ( I use Gnome Baker & Nautilus ) previously I've used /tmp - 1.9GB as the temporary directory to burn disks I'm positive were in excess of 2GB. Does anybody really know how this works. I could set up another partition and call it /burn or something but I don't really want too, it would eat space somewhere else. But if everyone was sure it was the only option.......... Edited June 6, 2005 by willisoften Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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