I have downloaded the ISO to create a DVD for the openSUSE OS. When I try to burn the ISO image to DVD, I get an error saying that it there is no mountable file systems. I have downloaded the image three times and and three times I have the same error. I am currently using a Mac to download the image on and plan using openSUSE on a spare laptop (PC not MacBook) that has no OS installed on it.
Can you tell us which application you’re using to try an burn the iso?
Maybe this will be relevant to you
You might also consider burning the image from the command line - if that’s acceptable to a MAC user
Two methods that I’ve read about
- Assuming image.iso is the name of the .iso file
hdiutil burn image.iso
- Use dd with something like
dd if=/path/to/image.iso of=/dev/disk1sN
where N= number of disk device
I tried using Disk Utility, but must have been trying to do it incorrectly. I have never used Disk Utility before to burn an ISO but after following the link you provided me, it is writing to disc now. Thank you!
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