Hey guys, I'm in a bit of a dilema here. A friend of mine burned me a copy of linux that he wants to test on Mac OS X. (It's a modified version of YDL or something he's been working on.) I popped the DVD in my iBook, and it mounted just fine. I went to the Startup Disk preference pane, and it even showed up there. So I selected it and restarted, expecting it to work just fine. Instead, it pretends to boot for about 2 minutes, (I can hear the CD drive whining), and then the drive spins down and just leaves me with a white screen. I booted back into OS X and ran Disk Utility to verify the disk. It gets through everything fine until the very end, where it says that the "Volume Header needs minor repair". Is there any way to fix this, or do I really need to ask him for a second copy? It took him quite a bit of work to get this burned, as he had to borrow a DVD burner from someone, and has already returned it... Is there any way to fix this? Would ripping the .ISO image and then re-burning it help? Like is this a problem with the image itself, or with the media? Thanks!!