Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 997219
No "Write to Disk" option for ISO images in Fedora 19
Last modified: 2016-07-15 02:17:33 EDT
Description of problem:
Guide says that you can right click on a ISO image and choose "Write to disc." This is not true, at least with Fedora 19.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Always, at least in 32 bit.
Steps to Reproduce:
2. Insert a DVD.
3. Attempt to follow the directions above. No "Write to disk" option exists.
No obvious way to burn ISO images in Fedora Linux 19.
Directions to burn ISO disk in Fedora Linux 19
I had a new-to-me computer that I assumed would not support 64 bit, but after installing 32 bit found out that 64 was supported by my processor. I downloaded 64 ( Fedora-Live-Desktop-x86_64-19-1.iso ), and wanted to burn a disk of it, but the option was not available and the directions online did not help. I had to go back to Windows on a different machine to burn it.
Note: I do have a DVD burner on this machine. The same thing occurs with CD's in the burner.
I'm seeing same problem running an x86_64 F19. I had to install brasero and use it to burn cd.
I can't recreate this with fresh installations of F19 or F20 GNOME. I put an ISO in my home directory somewhere, and when I right click, the menu has a "Write to Disk.." option. Clicking on that option brings up the expected dialog. Could there be other factors involved on your system?
x86_64 vs i686 should make no difference; In many cases, there are -noarch packages, exactly the same on each, and in all others, the same code is compiled to make packages each package.
It happens also on a F24 version!!! it is un update F23 to F24 computer