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Frying Pan How do i burn OS4.1 update to CDROM
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Hello,

i have downloaded the archive, extracted the iso image, have backed up my sys: partition
I am looking now on how to use Frying pan to burn the image.
Frying pan is installed oK by vendor of my system (should be ok)
Can someone give me the next steps please?

Thanks

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Re: Frying Pan How do i burn OS4.1 update to CDROM
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@JosDuchIt

Why.... ?
Just use AmiDVD, it comes with OS4 for free.

Select "imagefile" gadget to chose the iso file.
Click "Burn Image", then the unghosted disk type.
That's it.

If you don't already have it, you can get it from
OS4 depot too;
http://www.os4depot.net/share/utility/misc/amidvd.lha

Enjoy.

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@JosDuchIt

I used AmiDVD and it worked great! I personally have'nt had much luck with Frying Pan as I find AmiDVD to be more user friendly

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Re: Frying Pan How do i burn OS4.1 update to CDROM
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@JosDuchIt

Start FryingPan
Open the "DATA/AUDIO TRACKS" tab
Add the .iso and burn

simple as that

What could be user friendlier???

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@Raziel

AmiDVD?

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Problem is the thread is about FryingPan

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Re: Frying Pan How do i burn OS4.1 update to CDROM
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@Raziel

Or makecd.. Just drag the iso onto the makecd window and burn it.

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Hi @Raziel
What could be user friendlier???
I don't thinkd that works in the download version 1.3.2 ISR. Registered version yes? The Write Menu page shows no 'cook' functions. It's an electric fying pan!

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I have the registered version and it works perfect.
A few little bugs left which will certainly be squashed with 1.4, but even now i don't need anything else to do all i want
AUDIO, DATA, ISO you name it, FP does everything with a tip on the mouse button

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wish I could say the same about FP..I have had better luck with AmiDVD..but of course that's just my experience

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I also have registered FP and it was really easy to burn the iso like described. Always used FP to burn.

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@Raziel

It was just a joke, I've registered FP as well and I like it very much. MakeCD used to be my favourite and I still use it to burn CD's, like allready mentioned it's really easy to use, drag the ISO to the window and burn.

Actually I haven't used AmiDVD much, tried it recently and it worked well. I hope to see some new versions of FP though.

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@All
Thanks for help.

I used Frying Pan , as it came with the system i bought.

It went OK as described.

Now about the install: there is no automatic install it seems?

Do i just copy everything over to Sys;

Thanks again


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You have to boot from your newly burned cd-rom. Then follow the instructions! It's a really nice installation presentation, actually

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@All
Thanks for help.

I used Frying Pan , as it came with the system i bought.

It went OK as described.

Now about the install: there is no automatic install it seems?

Do i just copy everything over to Sys;

Thanks again


Joseph

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@JosDuchIt

Double post?

You just copy FryingPan wherever you want and start it from there

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@Raziel

I guess, i tried to edit the first one , since in the mean time i found this

http://www.amiga.org/forums/blog.php?b=142
A lot more precautions. Can i indeed just install over my sys partition?
Did?all went ok for you ?
I have the AmigaOS4.1 original CD ready, so i guess in case of problem i can always use that instead of medling with partitions?

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Eh?

Just one second, are you asking if you can copy Update 1 to your OS4 partition?

I thought we are talking about FryingPan here???
My comments were about the FryingPan drawer which can be placed anywhere in your system.

Regarding Update 1 is a whole other story and NO(!!!!11!) you ought NOT to copy it over an old installment, rather (as it has been stated over and over again in other threads), install it by RUNNING the BootCD, FOLLOWING the hints and help from there on a BLANK partition. <-- PERIOD

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Sorry for the misleading formulation.

I have decided to make me a boot cd first with my old system as described here for MakeCD
http://www.intuitionbase.com/static.php?section=en_Boot-CD
Can you guide me through the corresponding steps with Frypan?

I was impatient and tried to burn it, wrong name, so it did not boot (or other problems) Now my problem is ( i don't have empty CDROM right now, how do i clear this RW CD ?


Thanks

Joseph


Edited by JosDuchIt on 2010/1/30 15:09:18
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Hmm, i don't get why you are taking yourself into so much trouble?

Just create a plain and blank partition (keep your old installation) and install update one there (set the the boot priority to +1 over your old partition).
This way you are able to switch between the installations by a single change in Media Toolbox (you don't have to burn anything)

Making a bootable CD with FP using single files is beyond (but i gues if you simply make a file by file copy it "should" work.
Never needed it myself (apart from Hyperions .iso's)

Believe me, you can keep your partition there sitting on your WB (i have my old installation still for backup purposes and sometimes some seldom used prefs), which i can then copy over without mounting a CD

I don't think it is possible to create a bootable CD with your complete installation without some serious fiddling in FryingPan, i don't know though, never tried myself

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