ISO 9660 is a filesystem designed for use on CD-ROMs. An “ISO image” is a file that contains an ISO 9660 filesystem and can be burnt to a CD.

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Booting from ISO in Xen Paravirtualized Environment

Specifically, Citrix XenServer 5.6. I can map the an ISO from a Storage Repository with no issues and mount it inside the OS but I can't boot from the DVD drive without converting it to HVM, which ...
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mount: could not find any free loop device

When I try to mount an ISO image with mount -o loop I get mount: could not find any free loop device Running losetup -a shows /dev/loop0: [0005]:2464 (/dev/sda1) /dev/loop1: [0005]:3439 ...
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Where are all the Debian ISOs?

I am downloading ISOs for the "wheezy" distribution of Debian Linux for an old AMD box without any Internet. However, the index at http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/7.1.0/i386/iso-cd/ only lists the ...
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How to burn a Linux distro ISO image from Linux Live?

Mint screwed my grub (no more dual boot with Win7) because of a faulty LIVE USB flash stick. (I can launch Mint but I can't install) I need to burn a new ISO to my USB flash stick or USB drive so ...
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Can I use dd to make an ISO of a DVD that is only as large as the data on the DVD?

I am starting to make backups of my movie DVDs at home. I am using DD to make ISO images of my DVD as follows: dd if=/dev/dvd of=~/dvd/abc.iso However, even though the content of the DVD is only, ...
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Burn remote data on to a disc

I have an ISO image in another system which I need to burn on my system. I can copy that image to my system using SCP and then do burning. But I would like to know, whether I can directly burn the ...
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How do I mount a CloneCD .img file?

CloneCD is proprietary. I have a bunch of images that were created with in. Inside of the .CCD file it says. [CloneCD] Version=3 How do I mount this?
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What is the fastest way to extract an ISO?

Currently I'm mounting an ISO to a (readonly) directory (using mount -o loop command) and then copying the contents to another normal directory. This takes lot of time as the ISO is large. Is this the ...
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Not able to create a custom Tiny Core Linux ISO image

I'm trying to create a custom version of Tiny Core Linux. I extracted the ISO image, added the required tcz files, and made a new ISO, but VMWare Virtual Machine was not able to boot from it. So I ...
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Is it possible to run any distro from RAM from within an .iso saved on an NTFS file system?

Running entirely from RAM been done on various distros such as Slax, DamnSmallLinux, and newer Ubuntu versions, and since I have 8GB it seems reasonable that I could run many distros entirely from RAM ...
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how to create ISO and hide certain files

I am a newbie here and my apologies if I am posting a question which has been answered many times in a another thread. I did my homework find some relevant information But could not. Thanks for ...
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How to mount iso9660 filesystem as read write

Hey my iso file won't accept device files so I was wondering how I could mount a cdrw with an iso9660 filesystem as read write to copy device files to the cdrw.
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How to create a multiboot flash drive in Linux?

I like the way the yumi makes a multiboot flash drive in Windows. In Linux, can I complete the same task as easily as yumi does in Windows? With yumi, I just browse to selected iso (i.e. ...
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How to install Redhat using the iso image stored on Network

This is the case. I want to install the Redhat 5.6 on my system. But this time i dont want to use the actual DVD but this time i want to install it using the iso image stored on one of our server HDD. ...
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Convert .ISO to .IMG in terminal (Mac) (Linux)

I am trying to make a bootable flash drive with Linux on it for my Mac. I have Ubuntu desktop downloaded, and it is in my downloads. The instructions on the Ubuntu website tell me I need to convert ...
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Is there a tool to view and edit ,iso files like PowerISO?

I am looking for a archive manager that will allow me to look into the contents without needing to mount it and also to add or remove contents by drag and drop style. The Windows' equivalent would be ...
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Looking for an ISO creator

I'm looking for a ISO image creator, already tried isomaster, but it doesn't work with unicode chars, it just take it as bad chars, so what other tool can I use? I don't need booting, just archive ...
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Why mounting an ISO is faster than extracting it?

When I tried to extract (used right click and extract) a 2Gb ISO file it took a lot of time. I tried to mount the ISO using -o loop and its works fast. Why is it so?
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Help With MultiCD

This is where I'm stuck at. If you know what to do now will you let me know? TAPITSFIMM-maya multicd # chmod +x multicd.sh TAPITSFIMM-maya multicd # ./multicd.sh multicd.sh 7.1 Extracting ISO images ...
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How to distribute my debian system?

I have a Debian (Wheezy) system that I have configured by installing/removing packages and editing some conf files. I would like to distribute an (almost) exact replica of my system to others ...
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Combining Centos 6 ISO images

I was wondering if I can create a single ISO image by cating two DVD ISO images together. I have heard that this only works if the ISO is split into different parts and not two distinct ISO images, ...
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mkisofs can't find file

I'm trying to create a .iso file using mkisofs. I have the following folders: my OS | |--src |--bin I used the following command: mkisofs -R -input-charset utf8 -b bin/boot.bin -no-emul-boot ...
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Why are 64-bit distros often called 'amd64'?

I am downloading an ISO image of Lubuntu; they have two versions: 32 and 64. But why do they call the 64 version amd64 since they say that it works for Intel also?
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Multi-Distro boot DVD with SystemRescueCD 2.8.0 fails to boot the SRCD portion

I'm trying to create a multi-distro mutli-boot dvd image containing (amongst others) the SystemRescueCD iso. I'm using GRUB as the boot loader and I've managed to get most of the other ISOs booting ...
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loop-device: is this a Linux entity or a lower-level one?

Here's an Ubuntu How-to about booting from ISO-image on flash. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1288604 What I don't get is creation of loop-device in GRUB2 prior to booting a kernel: ...
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Create a Random ISO Image Using dd

I would like to create a ISO file for testing optical drives with the method mentioned here. I want to create an ISO file filled with random data, so I can burn it to a CD, read it back and compare ...
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Mounting ISO in Linux/KDE

Is there a graphical, preferably integrated with Dolphin, utility for mounting ISO images?
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How to mount mdf image, iso9660 doens't work for it?

I have few .mdf images, that can be mounted with Alcohol 120%, but on Linux, is that possible? I've tried things similar to mount -o loop -t iso9660 XX.mdf /mnt/iso, but that doesn't work here, I got ...
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How do I get Fedora 17 boot media to boot my laptop?

I have been using Ubuntu since Ubuntu 11.10 came out. I was very satisfied with how Ubuntu has evolved over the past few years, but now I would like to try out Fedora 17 since that has been out for a ...
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FATAL : No Bootable medium found! System halted

I just got a .iso of the linux distro Backtrack 5 R2. I set it up, using virtual box, and set it up to run using the .iso, and hard drive as a .vdi. Here's the setup: System: Base Memory: 1500 MB ...
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Converting a bootable USB into an ISO image

I know how to make a bootable USB, but how does one make an ISO image out of a bootable USB?
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Lightest Debian Linux Distribution : Console Only - StandAlone (not net install)

Please suggest to me the lightest Debian Linux release with console only (no GUI). Please don't suggest any net install like netinst. I need an ISO of that release which is capable to boot and install ...
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How to mount FreeBSD 9.0 iso file writable mode?

I want to edit bsdinstall script of freebsd 9.0 iso file. I tried to extract files,edit and recreate iso but I couldn't boot it.I realized that some of files missed while extracting. I also use ...
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How do I begin with building a Linux system from scratch?

I tried to make an operating system with my on custom built kernel. It didn't work out too well. I am using Ubuntu and have downloaded Linux 3.2.7 from kernel.org . I am not trying to change the ...
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How/Why does cat write a bootable ISO to a device

I recently discovered that I can create a bootable USB key from an ISO file by simply using cat (or dd). I can't find any information on how this works. Why would: cat my.iso > /dev/sdb ...
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How can I convert a .cue / .bin ( with cdr tracks) image into a single .iso file?

The title is descriptive as is: How can I convert a .cue / .bin (cdr track) image into a single .iso file? I have Fedora 16 (x86-64) Linux 3.1.9-1.fc16.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Jan 13 16:37:42 UTC 2012 ...
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Where can I find Mandrake 7.0 ISO?

I'm on the look out for Mandrake 7.0 ISO but I can't find it anywhere. Anyone have it? I need the i586 version.
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ISO file readonly?

I have an ISO file and I mount it under /mnt/isofile. Then I copied this file to another folder. But the contents are read-only and belonged to root. I tried to use chmod and chown. But it prompts ...
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Nautilus, mount ISO file with right-click menu

I am using Nautilus now, and back then when i was using Ubuntu i could right-click on an ISO file and automount it without the need to issue any command. But now i am using Nautilus in Archlinux and ...
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Suggestion for an ISO image indexer and manager?

I have recently moved from Windows to Linux and my most missed application is WhereIsIt. I am looking for a software that can index the contents of all my ISO files (750GB in total) sitting in an ...
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What's the best way to join files again after splitting them?

If I have a large file and need to split it into 100 megabyte chunks I will do split -b 100m myImage.iso That usually give me something like xaa xab xac xad And to get them back together I have ...
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Trying customize Fedora rescue image - how do I go about this?

Most of what I've found on this involves changing install discs - which I don't really need. I just want to install a handful of extra packages and maybe some helpful scripts onto the Fedora rescue ...
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Permission denied (even as root) on a mounted ISO image with Furius ISO Mount

I mounted a ISO image with Furius ISO Mount. I cd to the mounted directory and tried to copy a file with sudo cp file /dir but cp writes error message cp: cannot stat `file': Permission denied ...
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How to boot from iso with Grub2/Burg boot loader

I'm using Ubuntu as my primary OS and alternative is Windows 7 for gaming, and another stuffs. I want to have menu to boot some live CD ISO. Is there anyway to make menu entry in Grub2/Burg to boot ...
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How to resize an IMG file's partition info?

I made an ISO this way: sudo partimage save /dev/sdc1 /media/56AE8240AE82191F/Backup/xfcefat.iso The resulting iso file is very small but when mounted I see that it has correctly preserved the ...
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Where are Lenny ISOs now that Squeeze is out?

So the next stable version of Debian is out but I need to install the previous one (Lenny) because my VPS is running that version. I haven't been able to find an «official» download link for Lenny's ...
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Best practices for writing Blu-Ray discs on Linux

I recently bought a Blu-Ray writer and am wondering how to best write the discs. The scenario is: I have a directory full of files and want to put them on the disc, read them back once to verify, and ...
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Iso booting with grub2

I am using Linux Mint 10, and it is installed on sda8. I edited /etc/grub.d/40_custom: #!/bin/sh echo "Adding 40_custom.">&2 exec tail -n +3 $0 # This file provides an easy way to add custom ...
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K3b to split volume across media

How do I get K3b to split a volumes across several media? For example if I give it a folder that has 6 GB (not one file of 6 GB), it should create several discs of 4.4 GB automatically, instead of me ...
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Multiple-boot from ISO files does not show OS menu

I used instructions from PenDriveLinux.com to create a multiple-boot USB drive with some ISO images on it. I used Xubuntu 10.10 Desktop image and a Linux Mint 9 XFCE image. I was able to boot either ...