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authorChloe Kudryavtsev <toast@toastin.space>2019-03-08 00:52:56 -0500
committerChloe Kudryavtsev <toast@toastin.space>2019-03-08 00:52:56 -0500
commitd4396622a936a5186f5a74795fcb25101610a95b (patch)
parenta1ffbd2d4d15785e86af5706b810bc4c04ebfbfc (diff)
[Install] Relocate Linux burn tool comment
This way, the above paragraph reads like an enumeration, followed by a deeper dive for the platform without anything built-in.
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diff --git a/modules/Installing/pages/medium.adoc b/modules/Installing/pages/medium.adoc
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@@ -141,9 +141,10 @@ On MacOS, you can select the `.iso` file, and then press menu:File[Burn Disk Ima
On Windows 8 and above, you can right-click the `.iso` file, and then press btn:[Burn Disk Image].
-==== [Linux] Burning an Image File
On Linux hosts, there are no default built-in tools to burn images.
+==== [Linux] Burning an Image File
This handbook recommends using k3b - a graphical utility inside of which one can select menu:Tools[Burn CD Image].
Alternatively, people that do not wish to use a graphical environment for this, might want to use the `cdrtools` program.