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    Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    The Firemonger project is dedicated to providing an easy to use CD which contains the latest versions of Firefox and Thunderbird. In addition to these products, they have added a selection of plugins, extensions and themes. It is an ideal way to distribute Firefox and Thunderbird to friends.

    You can download an ISO image to burn to CD. The CD will auto-run and provides easy to follow instructions to install Firefox, Thunderbird and the extras. If you prefer the contents are also available in ZIP format.

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    Re: Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    Nice one Tony! Seems an ideal way for people such as I to evangelise these excellent pieces of software a little more...
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    Re: Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    I've never created a CD from an ISO image before - is it simply a matter of copying the downloaded file to a CD and clicking on 'Write these files to CD'?

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    Re: Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    I use Roxio to burn ISO images to CD. For a couple of sites that have instructions for various applications see:
    How can I write ISO files to CD
    How to successfully burn an ISO-image

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    Re: Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    In Nero, if you don't want to use the wizard, it's as the attachment shows and then enter the name of the ISO file you downloaded.
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    Re: Firefox & Thunderbird CD (1.0)

    Thanks Tony and Al.

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