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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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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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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No DEFAULT or UI configuration directive found!

I have copied, as usual, the iso into usb disk (/dev/sdc): sudo dd bs=4M if=archlinux-2014.08.01-dual.iso of=/dev/sdc But when I boot to my new PC, it shows: ISOLINUX 6.03 6.03-pre18* EHDD ...
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How do I split up a large .iso file across multiple DVDs via command line tools?

Say I have an ISO file that is 5GB in size. How can I split it across 2 DVDs? Please I'm looking for an actual example showing me how to do it, not just recommendations. The solution would leave the ...
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Defining Languages Available at boot - LiveCD

I am trying to create a refined version of the buggy uck for customizing Ubuntu LiveCD ISO, here it is if you're interested in helping. NOTE: The process is straight-forward, except when customizing ...
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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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`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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Installing CentOS to a flashdrive trouble

I have been using GParted and UNetBootin to install CentOS-6.5-x86_64-minimal.iso onto a flashdrive. I have partitioned the flashdrive as I have a seperate ISO installed on there. The other partition ...
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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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Creating an iso from the virtual machine

I have openSuse installed as a virtual machine on Oracle Virtual Box, and I have configured some softwares with the way I require. I need to replicate the similar environment on a new Server (NOT the ...
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Kali tool installation?

I have installed the newest kali linux on a virtual box. But I can not find the preinstalled tools such as the exploitation tools. Should I be downloading them after the installation? Or is it ...
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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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why are there 3 debian DVD isos + 2 update DVD isos in my local debian mirror?

I want to try Debian for the 1st time and I wanted to download the full DVD so I went to my local Debian mirror and what I see are 3 DVDs and 2 update DVDs. what is each? Do I need more than just the ...
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Kickstart file not being found in VituralBox

I am installing a STIG RHEL on a virtual box and therefore have a custom kick start file in the iso I am using. The iso structure looks like this for the kickstart file ROOT | |----stig_fix ...
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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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midnight commander: rules for accessing archives through VFS

Midnight Commander uses virtual filesystem (VFS) for displying files, such as contents of a .tar.gz archive, or of .iso image. This is configured in mc.ext with rules such as this one (Open is Enter, ...
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How do I make an ISO copy of a DVD movie?

I want to make backups of data and video DVDs, without recompressing or altering them. I just want an ISO that I can mount to act as if I inserted the DVD (this includes video DVDs). I had previously ...
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Fresh install Windows 7 from USB on machine with Ubuntu and Windows 7

I have a Toshiba laptop l755 S5282 with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.04 on it. About a year ago, I pulled an iso file off of DigitalRivers for Windows 7. I did a fresh install of Windows 7 from USB, then ...
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Create Reinstallable OS ISO of RHEL with custom software

Currently we install our custom Linux OS(Based on RHEL) on a VMWare ESXi partition along with all required software and export it as .ova file and share with other teams which they again install on ...
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How to add bootloader to ISO? Or, make ISO bootable?

How do I add a bootloader to a Linux ISO? When I isoinfo -d -i ... I do not see the bootloader on one of the ISO's that I have; but on another ISO there is a bootloader.
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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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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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Installation of my custom debian iso failed

I followed this tutorial to create my custom debian CD with build-simple-cdd but I get always an error even I use the basic config. The ISO file is created (named debian-7.3-amd64-CD-1.iso) but when ...
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how to make customized ISO?

I have made changes in RHEL starting from partition and also I have changed so many parameters. Now I want to use this changed OS as ISO image so that I can directly install it without doing all the ...
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debhelper and fun question about dh_make

I create an distro about 6 years ago, i recall i used dh_make command, i have a suggesstion for creating distro recently, When i use : root@debian:/home/mohsen# dpkg -L debhelper |egrep dh_make ...
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How to burn iso to a CF card?

Slax Linux installation file is only available in .iso format. How to burn it to a Compact Flash card? It also uses KDE, I think GNOME 2 or MATE might be more light weight. I want to install it on a ...
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Grub doesn't install - corrupted iso?

I wanted to install Arch Linux on my netbook. I hadn't important files on my hard drive so I've created new partition table (GPT) using GParted from Fedora LiveCD. When I'm running grub-mkconfig -o ...
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Is it possible to install a CentOS and some packages then put whole result into a installable iso?

I need to fresh install a CentOS Then install some packages with some configs Then save all into a installable ISO. Is it possible to build it?
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Can't copy files from a loop-mounted ISO image: Input/Output error

Please advise - why do I get an "Input/output error" when I try to copy some files from my ISO mount to /var/tmp I mount the .iso file under /mnt and try to copy files from the isolinux directory to ...
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How to use nemo actions to mount an iso file?

I read these articles: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Nemo https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Mounting_images_as_user and try use Nemo Actions to mount iso files but nothing happened ...
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How do I emulate a USB stick with an external CDROM drive?

I am working with a Linux-based high-security network appliance (hereon: device) and do not have access to the user space so I can't log in. The only thing I can do is send it commands to upgrade ...
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Program for making a complete ISO-image of damaged DVD by multiple readings? [duplicate]

I'm looking for a program that (tries to) makes a complete ISD-image of a damaged DVD or CD. This is (AFAIK) done by reading the damged media time and time again, until the program is able to put ...
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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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VMware path to System ISOs on remote server

When I connect to a remote server in vmware workstation I can create a new vm. But where to put the .iso files on the remote server? (linux) As shown on the screenshot I have only a "[standard]" ...
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Package a Linux system and app into an installable .iso? Kickstart?

I have written a Python web app that has a number of dependancies. In addition to providing install instructions, I would like to package this up into an .iso for ease of installation. Something ...
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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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mounting iso image: message “block device is write protected, mounting read-only”! [duplicate]

I want to delete a few files from my iso image on hard disk. So, I did: ravbholua@ravbholua-Aspire-5315:/media/ravbholua/f34890dd-20d2-4d78-92c9-1de7c0957f00$ sudo mount -o loop check_bholua99.iso ...
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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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Creating bootable USB from .iso in Fedora 19

I created a somewhat similiar question previously, but seeing as my understanding of the topic improved drastically with the answers, I realized that I had asked the wrong question. I am trying to ...
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Using Fedora 19 to burn .iso-image to external HDD

Seeing as several google-searches have failed me, I am having a hard time completing this task. I am currently running Fedora 19 on my laptop, and I wish to burn a .iso-image to an external HDD. ...
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I've tried twice to write a debian ISO to a cd-r but there are write errors. Are the disks ruined?

I know that in Windows I was able to format blank cd-r to work as USB so I'm wondering if I can still do that even though they have corrupted iso images burned onto them. (Right now I'm in Ubuntu) ...
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Setting up multiboot .iso usb using syslinux

I have followed jakgibb's tutorial for creating multiboot usb stick using syslinux. I want to boot linux live .iso's directly from USB drive using syslinux instead of method provided in ...
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Installing Grub 2 on a USB flash drive

MultiBootISOs is a tool that let you install Grub on a USB flash drive. I really like it because it lets me boot from ISO files and let me put a bunch of ISOs on my USB and choose which one to boot. ...
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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 ...
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How to run PC-BSD iso from GRUB with only Linux installed

I'm working on Ubuntu, and I wanted to try BSD. I downloaded a PC-BSD iso (PCBSD9.2-RELEASE-x64-DVD-USB-latest.iso). I wanted to know if it is possible to use "loopback" to run that image even if I ...
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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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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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How can I modify and rebuild the Finnix ISO to include my own scripts?

I've been using this live boot distro, Finnix to do some installation work on several virtual machines. I'd like to modify the ISO file to include a script I need to do installations. I've booted the ...
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Would my downloaded Ubuntu, require an Internet Conncetion?

So I download a setup of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS of about 600 MB (don't remember the actual size) and burned it on a USB using unetbootin. So, Is that Ubuntu, the Offline Installer? As I cant run online ...
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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 ...