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  1. i386 and x86_64

    Can I make a dual boot Dual layer DVD with i386.iso and x86_64.iso with
    my dual layer burner and K3b? Would a single layer reader read the first
    burn or nothing at all?

  2. Re: i386 and x86_64

    On Sat, 6 Oct 2007, Punjab The Sailor Man wrote:-

    >Can I make a dual boot Dual layer DVD with i386.iso and x86_64.iso with
    >my dual layer burner and K3b?


    You could, but you'd need to combine the two and sort out the boot
    loader so it starts the correct installation. Since I've never taken any
    notice on how the boxed set DVDs are set up, I can't say how you'd do
    it.

    >Would a single layer reader read the first
    >burn or nothing at all?


    If a DVD drive is incapable of reading a second layer, it's not
    following the DVD specs and is technically broken.


    Regards,
    David Bolt

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