Ok I have a Linux Freespire CD and I need some help…?

I have this cd and i want to run the live version of it and it just won’t work it first of all says that I don’t have the correct software–pick from a list or go on the net to find out what software is needed so i pressed net and it wouldn’t open. Then also the live thing is a zipped file I don’t know what I’m supposed to do I open it with winzip and it brings up a window to extract it but it’s not like the normal windows I tried to extract it on my flashdrive which is 512 and it says insert disk 2 so i stopped it so I don’t know what to do does anyone have any suggestions?

One Response to Ok I have a Linux Freespire CD and I need some help…?

  1. Let me immediately apologize for my response because it might not be what you want to hear. When I was looking for an alternative operating system to Windows, I tried a few different versions of Linux. I never could get Freespire to run on my computer either, so I gave up on it. Ultimately, I selected Ubuntu and I’ve been very happy with it. I don’t know how to get Freespire to work so unless there’s some overwhelming reason why you HAVE to use it, it sounds like the frustration level just isn’t worth it. But here’s a tutorial to Freespire that might help:


    I think you’d like Ubuntu. You can download a free copy or order up to 5 free disks from here:


    The only problem most people have with downloading a copy is they fail to have the proper .iso software on their computer to burn the download to disk. Microsoft recommends this .iso burning software:


    And this link tells you how to use it properly:



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