Burning ISOs

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Burning an image to a CD or DVD

Many systems provide the cdrecord command (on Alpine it is provided by the cdrkit package) to write an image to a disc. For example:

cdrecord -v speed=0 alpine-standard-3.20.2-x86.iso

If there's only one CD drive on the system, it should be auto-detected. If not, find the device name using lsblk and specify the dev option. For example:

cdrecord -v dev=/dev/sr0 speed=0 alpine-standard-3.20.2-x86.iso

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