Hey, maybe it's quite simple but I'm a little bit confused by the instructions
I've downloaded the Novell NetWare6 eval ISO-file.
To make a working CD, Novell gives these instructions:
1. Burn the CD as an ISO2 format
2. "Finalize" the burn
3. Make sure to label the disk 'netware6'.
FYI: Right after the install copies the server files to the DOS partition it will attempt to MOUNT the CDROM to copy files to the SYS: volume. If the disk is not labeled or is labeled anything but "netware6" the server will not be able to mount the cdrom to copy the files.
Okay, here is my question:
Does labelling in this context just mean to give the CD the name "netware6" that will appear in Windows explorer?
Or is there more behind it
And one additional question about ISO2....
Is this a special ISO-format or can I just burn it like all the latest Linux ISO-files
Thanx for any help