From time to time, in fact whenever I'm asked, I try and help people transition to Linux. I've lost count of the times so many fall at the first hurdle - burning the iso. At first, I was puzzled why such a simple procedure should be causing so much grief, but then it (sort of) came to me. Almost all the people I've been involved with helping, have come from a Microsoft Windows® (MSWin) background and for many, it's their first experience with an iso file. Like everything else in life, if it's never been explained, of course it will be a mystery! So this page is devoted to explaining how to go about this simple procedure.
I don't believe this article is any longer valid Guttsy Gibbon is just to old think it should be archived also has nothing to do with security so don't know why it appears in this menu structure - Delboy
A problem occurred the other day when a DVD video project (Video TS) burned with K3b was unreadable within Windows. When inserted on a windows machine, it would show as a blank DVD, yet on my Ubuntu desktop it showed the Audio TS and Video TS folders and played with no problems what so ever.