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Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Located in docs/media/C/media.xml:15(ulink)
Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
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Located in docs/media/C/media.xml:15(holder)
The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Located in docs/media/C/media.xml:18(publishername)
This document provides information concerning the types of media that can be used with <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> as well as how to write to the media.
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Located in ../docs/media/C/media.xml:15(para)
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Located in docs/media/C/media.xml:23(title)
<phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> supports many types of media with a standard installation, including USB hard drives, USB flash drives, internal and external CDROMs, CDs, DVDs, and more.
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Located in ../docs/media/C/media.xml:24(para)
Most of the time, when attaching media such as a CD, DVD, external hard drive, USB flash drive, or compact flash drives, <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> automatically recognizes the media, displays a notification that it has recognized the media, and allows for an action to be selected depending on the type of media it is. For instance, inserting a CD or DVD would allow for it to be mounted, opened with <application>K3b</application> for burning if it is blank, opened with <application>Amarok</application> if it is an audio CD, or opened with <application>Dragon Player</application> if it is a DVD. To see the actions available, <mousebutton>click</mousebutton> the media icon to the left of the media that has been recognized.
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Located in ../docs/media/C/media.xml:29(para)
Media recognized with options
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Located in docs/media/C/media.xml:45(title)
ISO Images
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Located in ../docs/media/C/media.xml:53(title)
An <acronym>ISO</acronym> image is an archive file that is formatted to be used with CDs or DVDs. <phrase>Kubuntu</phrase> is easily acquired as an <acronym>ISO</acronym> file and then burned to either a CD, DVD, or written to a USB flash drive in a bootable format. Review the <link linkend="write-cd-dvd">Write to CDs or DVDs</link> section or the section on creating <link linkend="usb">Bootable ISO Images From USB Media</link> for further information.
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Located in ../docs/media/C/media.xml:54(para)
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