TITLE: Source CD for HP Compaq Blade Workstation Client VERSION: 09.40 Rev. A DESCRIPTION: This package contains an ISO image of the Workstation Linux Enablement Source Code for the supported workstation models and operating systems. PURPOSE: Routine SOFTPAQ NUMBER: SP37870 SUPERSEDES: None EFFECTIVE DATE: October 30, 2007 CATEGORY: Software SSM SUPPORTED: No PRODUCT TYPE(S): Workstations HARDWARE PRODUCT MODEL(S): HP Compaq Blade Workstation Client: All Models HP dc72 Blade Workstation Client: All Models HP dc73 Blade Workstation Client: All Models SOFTWARE PRODUCT(S): None OPERATING SYSTEM(S): HP Blade Workstation Client Embedded OS LANGUAGE(S): Global ENHANCEMENTS: N/A PREREQUISITES: None INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: An ISO image is not a collection of compressed or uncompressed data files; nor is it an executable (binary). Rather, it is a large, single file, which must be copied exactly as is onto a CD. In effect, the image is downloaded from the download site and ''burned'' onto CD media. The CD data is delivered as a single ISO image file (in the format .iso). Once this ISO image file is downloaded to your hard drive, it must be burned directly to a CD, exactly as is. This is a large file (larger than 60 MB) and may take several minutes to download. Make sure you have enough space on your hard drive to store the image file. Burn the full ISO image onto a blank CD using a CD recorder/burner and any major CD-burning software, such as Roxio (Adaptec) or Nero. Most common CD-burning applications should have the ability to burn an ''image'' to CD. The following procedure provides an example for creating a bootable data CD from an ISO image file (using Roxio/Adaptec Software): 1. Insert a blank CD into your CD recorder/burner (the destination drive). 2. From the File menu, select Create CD from CD Image. 3. Select the image file (*.iso file) that you want to burn onto the CD. 4. Click Open. The CD Creation Setup dialog box is displayed. 5. If necessary, change the CD Creation Setup settings. 6. Click OK. Copyright (c) 2007 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.