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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USB flash drive formatted as “Linux Live CD” keeps the CD-ROM name after re-partitioning

I have an USB flash drive that I formerly used as installation medium for Linux Fedora. The stick still has the "Fedora Live USB" installation files on it. When I insert it into my olde laptoppe, it ...
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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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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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Create a UEFI bootable USB stick from an ISO image with GParted

I am aware that the issue of creating a UEFI-bootable USBs has been covered far and wide. However, from the first round of research I ended up feeling that the information gained is either ...
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Builiding a UEFI bootable USB

I'm having a really hard time getting Mint13 installed on my new laptop, no optical UEFI support and having odd corruption of grub.cfg when I do try and use unetbootin. Is there a method to build a ...
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Grub - boot debian iso file from ntfs partition and install it

I have problem installing debian directly from hard drive. Say, i have a logical partition /dev/sda5 and there is debian DVD iso file located in (hd0,5)/iso/debian-8.0.0-amd64-DVD-1.iso with initrd ...
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Mounting a SafeDisc-protected ISO on Linux

I have a copy of a very old and obscure software CD (circa 2004). The disc uses SafeDisc copy protection and needs to be in the CD tray for the program to run. I have been using the original CD under ...
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How to mount/convert a raw CD-ROM image (.img)

I got a raw .img image from the Internet Archive and I would like to mount it on my Linux, or at least convert it to an ISO file. This image works fine under Windows, when using e.g. MagicDisk to ...
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How do I mount the /dev/sda partition from CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1511.iso?

I need some help figuring out how to mount partition 1 (xfs, boot) of the /dev/sda device from CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1511.iso on a CentOS Linux release 7.2.1511 (Core) VM. There are multiple devices ...
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How do I boot from ISO file stored on hard disk?

I know that I can create/burn bootable CD/DVD or live USB and can boot/install from it. But suppose I am currently running GNU/Linux and I've ISO file of another GNU/Linux that I want to install on my ...
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Calculate md5sum of a CD/DVD

I have an ISO file, which I burned to a CD. Now how can I check if the CD is correctly created? I would like a command that calculate the hash sum that I can use to check with the hash sum I calculate ...
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Is there any way to boot from iso while running system from live disk?

This is bit complicated question let me explain what is expected: I know that we can add GRUB menuentry with location of ISO file and boot from ISO using GRUB entry. (i.e this method) But suppose ...
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What are the necessary files for creating a bootable remastered ISO?

I've modified my version of puppy and created new (remastered) .sfs file I created the new .sfs file with: mksquashfs puppyfilesystem myRelease/puppy-remastered.sfs -noappend So far so fine, but ...
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How to create a bootable hard disk image from an iso image?

I would like install a proprietary operating system onto my CentOS box using VirtualBox. There is a problem though, when I mount the install ISO image as a DVD, soon the installer complains of missing ...
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How can an ISO file be written (copied) to a disc as a single file using wodim?

Problem An ISO file needs to be 'burned' to a disc as a file, not an ISO image, and by using wodim. Question How can an ISO file be written (copied) to a disc as a single file using wodim?
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create an image that can be mounted in vmware from existing xubuntu 14.04 install using free software

I have spent 2 days researching/testing this and come up empty. I have 2 physical computers: 1) main pc is windows 7 with VMware. 2) other PC with xubuntu 14.04 (want to back this one up). I wish ...
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Ubuntu remaster creates too small ISOs

I am trying to use respin which is a fork of remastersys to create a livecd of an Ubuntu installation on my virtualbox VM. respin creates a folder called ISOLinux, dummyfs and custom.iso The problem ...
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Writing ISO (Specifically Debian Jessie) to an SD Card

When updating Debian Wheezy (the stable release) to Jessie, it crashed, so it is currently unusable. The only solution to this, as far as I can tell, is to overwrite Jessie on top of what is currently ...
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How can I create a live ISO for a customized operating system?

I would like to create an ISO file (which can be used to create a live CD or USB or as a primary controller for a VirtualBox machine) for a customized version of Sabayon Linux I have created on a ...
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mount through fuseiso9660 appending ;1 to filenames

I want to mount iso9660 files without root permissions through some program and I have chosen fuseiso9660 for this purpose. But whenever I use the command fuseiso9660 /path/to/iso ...
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how do I do file-listing of all files/packages in an .iso to stdout or to a file?

I am looking to do a file-listing of all files/packages in an .iso either to stdout or to a file. It would be nice if the file-listing is complete as in $ls -l so I have all the necessary data to ...
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QEMU doesn't boot iso file in UEFI

The Problem I would like to run a Windows 8.1 iso inside QEMU KVM. For this I have downloaded the necessary OVMF files (from here). I can successfully boot a Windows 10 in UEFI mode, but with the ...
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UEFI bootable iso of own Linux distribution

I have a Linux distribution that I want to create an ISO of, so I can put it onto a CD or USB. I have earlier used Remastersys and Relinux to create my own linux distributions, but the ISO they make ...
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CentOS 7 Install: Error populating transaction

I am having a yum issue with a CentOS 7 minimal DVD. I've spun a custom ISO based on CentOS-7-x86_64-Minimal-1503-01 and have only added a kickstart file that installs @core, sudo, rsyslog, and ...
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Permanently update linux distro .iso file in pen

I have a kali 2.0 (last released version) on a pen and run it on a virtual machine with allocated memory on my hard drive. However, even though this kali distribution is the last version available I ...
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GUI ISO to USB tools in Debian or something which is available at github or elsewhere

Are there any GUI ISO to USB tools in Debian? I mean a way in which I could copy the .iso files to a USB/pen-drive. While I know the dd way intimately, am looking for a tool which a normal/lay user ...
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Run CentOS 7 live from USB

I downloaded CentOS 7 from http://mirror.yourwebhoster.eu/centos/7/isos/x86_64/CentOS-7-x86_64-DVD-1503-01.iso and put it on to an USB. But when starting the computer with the USB in it, I only get ...
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Burning iso to DVD - find device

I am trying to burn an iso-file to a DVD but I am new to this and cannot fully accomplish it. I have the following iso: myiso/myfirst.iso and then I look up the device to burn to: inxi -d the ...
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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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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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Arch Linux installation usb

I burned the newest ISO to a flash drive using unetbootin, but it only comes up with this: Arch Linux archiso x86_64 UEFI USB UEFI Shell x86_64 v1 UEFI Shell x86_64 v2 EFI Default Loader When I try ...
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How to make a UEFI bootable ISO image with grub-mkrescue?

The story so far: I have been following this guide to produce a customized version of Ubuntu. As of now, the structure of the CD is complete. I have generated an ISO with the command: sudo ...
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Audio CD authoring w/o an optical drive?

I need to burn an audio CD with a few kinks, like having no gaps between certain songs. I know I can do this with cdrdao, but my Linux box doesn't have a burner. Is it possible to use cdrdao to make ...
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Finding burn-date of a DVD

An ISO file has been burned into a blank DVD (in a Linux OS). Is there any commands in Ubuntu to check when the DVD was burned? I mean the date that the ISO file was burned, I do not mean the date ...
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createrepo output problems

I am trying to create a custom iso for CentOS 6.5. I started with the baseline iso I downloaded from CentOS (the minimal one) website. After mount -o -loop the .iso, I added a custom rpm to the ...
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Grub 2 multi image boot disk boots some images but restarts on others

The issue I'm having is that my bootable usb I have only works with certain boot images, to be more specific it will boot Ubuntu desktop iso images but not Ubuntu server. If I try to boot Ubuntu ...
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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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Distribute Linux system as ISO vs a set of files

Majority of Linux distributions available to install these days are distributed in the form of single ISO file which conforms to both El Torito standard and contains a bootloader so that ISO image can ...
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Re-download Corrupted Part of ISO

I have download an ISO file from one of the public FTP server. It took a lot of time to download the file because of my Internet Connection Issues. I used the wget command to download the ISO in ...
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Convert VMWare virtual machine to .ISO

I have a virtual machine with the extension .vmwarevm. The OS is Ubuntu 15.04 Mini 64-bit. I have no GUI, just command line interface. I looked up a couple of tools like remastersys but had no luck. ...
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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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Make custom iso debian file

I tried to create a custom distribution based on debian, after reading debian document, I found preseed file that can generate debian with preconfigured parameters. But this is not enough for me, ...
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Creating a Debian ISO by merging all 3 iso parts to one for booting via usb

I've downloaded the Debian DVD installation images from Debian, that's been split into 3 parts. I want to create a USB installation disk by merging all the 3 ISO to one ISO. Here's the list of the ...
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Difference between extracting an iso or mounting it

I'm trying to create a customized Ubuntu installation CD. In the official documentation of Ubuntu it says “Copy the CD to your hard drive” using this command: mount -o loop /path/to/iso ...
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How can I extract a Debian binary package from the ISO of an installation disk?

What process do I use to extract a Debian binary package from a Debian/Ubuntu based distribution's ISO image?
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Size difference between an iso file burnt to a cd and the file retrieved with dd

I have an iso file (foo.iso) that I burnt to a dvd with the command : growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/cdrom=foo.iso I then tried the command dd if=/dev/cdrom of=foo2.iso However, foo2.iso is ...
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Making an ISO of MBR + X amounts of partitions

I am trying to make an ISO of a Windows Backup disc that I "burned" to my microSD card, which I did in desperation due to lack of HDD storage at the time. Now I want to get it out of there and onto ...
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where to download gentoo 2.2?

My hosting company has gentoo. I want to install the same system on my virtualbox/vagrant. If I do cat /etc/gentoo-release I get: Gentoo Base System release 2.2 and uname -r: ...
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`mount -o loop` changes mounted ISO image file

It looks like mount -o loop changes the mounted image file. I downloaded the ISO image file and checked its SHA-1 checksum. Then I mounted that ISO file and the checksum changed. Here are the exact ...
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Accidentally mounted an ISO directly to /media, and I'm unsure how to unmount

I mounted an installation ISO directly into /media on a 64-bit Fedora-16 machine using # mount -o loop isodisk.iso /media It returned mount: warning: /media seems to be mounted read-only Now ...