I do it all the time. I use ezcd creator. Just ftp it to the windows
pc that has the cd writer on it. You may have to add the .iso
extension for ezcd creator to recognize the file as an iso image. Be
sure to test a the cd after you burn it to make sure it is bootable.
I remember having some problem depending upon the ftp method. I found
using Internet Explorer on the windows box works reliably as an ftp
client for this purpose.
> I have created an mksysb image on my AIX machine, but there's no cd
> writer connected to it.
> Can I burn the image on another machine? I have a lot of Windows and
> Linux machines around. Can I burn the images on cd using one of these?
> And if yes, what is the best program to do this? And can I also make
> the image bootables?