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It's just a matter of media. If the DVD ISO you have to write onto the media is bigger than 4.7 GB, you can use double-layer DVD if your writer is able to support this kind of DVD. Then you can put almost the double of 4.7 GB on a single double-layer DVD. Of course, if the ISO size exceeds the size limit of a double-layer DVD, you cannot do anything more ...


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Edit the .deb file to allow installation First, find the DEVEDE .deb file, usually in /var/cache/apt/archives. Copy the full path to the DEB file. Then: $ cd `mktemp -d` $ dpkg-deb -e "</path/to/devede.deb>" $ dpkg-deb -x "</path/to/devede.deb>" . Now try to edit the control file with your text editor (gedit in this example) and change the ...


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For burning the DVD, Startup Disk Creator is the wrong tool for the job. Startup Disk Creator will not burn DVDs--its purpose is just to write bootable ISO images to USB flash drives and SD cards. You said you have K3b. That will burn DVDs, so you may wish to use that. Burning an Ubuntu ISO image with K3b is covered in the Burning from Kubuntu section of ...


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Well I found myself the answer by launching VLC from the terminal, that gave me: main input error: ES_OUT_RESET_PCR called Googling it, I found this: How to play DVDs after installing the recommended libraries? I had to change the region code (though I never actually changed it...) to "2" (Europe) by installing regionset: sudo apt-get install regionset ...


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Install package ubuntu-restricted-extras: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras then run: sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh to install libdvdcss2 library, that is not included in offical repos due to legal reasons. Now all DVD movies should play like a charm.


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There are two links to download CentOS 7 (the latest version) from the download site at centos.org. If you choose the first link by clicking the button that says DVD ISO you be asked to select a mirror and then download a 3.9GB CentOS ISO file that will fit nicely on a DVD. Clicking the other download button will download a bigger ISO that has a lot of ...


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This seems to be a peri-hardware issue with a few solutions: Don't import DVDs, use local-region ones Buy another DVD drive and set that to your second region Replace the drive with one whose firmware ignores region bits (a multi-region drive) If you want to get a little dirtier, some DVD drives can have an RPC1 (multi-region) firware written to them but ...



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