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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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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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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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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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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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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Possible to read contents of an .iso without extracting or using isoinfo?

Is there a nicer way than than using isoinfo to see the contents of an iso without extracting it ? I did see What is the fastest way to extract an ISO? as well as few questions ...
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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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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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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 ...
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How do users mount .bin/.cue or .iso with loopback device as read only?

Can users mount any of the following image files as read-only using a loopback device? If it is possible then can anyone give me examples?
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How to work with a kernel one has no information about?

I'm working with a system to automatically assemble Live CDs. It came packaged with a kernel (seemingly based on 3.13.11), that has been working without problems so far. I noticed that, when I try ...
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Writing ISO file to USB

I need to write a windows7 iso file on my usb stick. I had been used to this task. I usually either use the dd tool, or unetbootin. Surprisingly both don't work today. With dd I did the following : ...
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How to rebuild ISO removing file from its mounted image?

I built an ISO that contains, for example: Directory listing of / d--------- 0 0 0 2048 Mar 19 2015 [ 29 02] . d--------- 0 0 0 2048 Mar 19 2015 [ 29 ...
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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 to get the md5sum from a bootable CD/DVD?

AccuHash is a program that can get an md5sum from CD/DVD and without creating an ISO from, but it is a program only running in Windows. I looked around the web for how to do it and there is no ...
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How to add runnable OpenSSH server to an Ubuntu ISO?

In order to create my own custom Linux ISO (Ubuntu), I have decompressed the Squash file system and would like to make the changes to leave it with a installed and working OpenSSH-Server before ...
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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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Setting up basic chroot environment from a fedora ISO image in Ubuntu

From a tutorial in https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebootstrapChroot at TLDR section i was able to set up a chroot environment for 32 bit Ubuntu ISO image under 64 bit Ubuntu. Now i need to do the ...
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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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grub errors: invalid file name, disk 'loop' not found, you need to load the kernel first

I need to modify my GRUB settings for dual boot, but don't know the specifics for the custom GRUB entry. Currently using Ubuntu, want to dual-boot an OpenSuSE derivative as below: grub error (where ...
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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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How to burn debian iso to usb

I downloaded the debian amd 64-bit iso file (apx 650 mb) on a macbook w/retina (i.e. no cd drive) running OS X. I'm trying to dual boot and have already gotten rEFInd working. Set up partition for ...
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Change the kernel in downloaded Ubuntu Image [closed]

I'm adding multiple new system calls to kernel. I want to test my custom kernel by making an bootable ISO out of it trying to boot on another machine. As a part of making this bootable ISO, I got ...
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Creating ISO Bootable Image from a CentOS (Linux) system

I have a Linux machine (CentOS 5.8) on which I have installed multiple applications and tools (with yum and few others after compiling the source code) on it. As I have spent considerable time in ...
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How to share a CD drive using ISCSI

I installed an iscsi target in my Linux system. The target itself and the initiators connected to it is getting listed in the terminal. My initiator is a Windows 7 system and in the iedtd.conf file I ...
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Where to download or install cent os 32 bit

i m unable to find 32 bit iso for CentOs. I tried on google it is giving me 64 bit only and in my virtual box 64 option is missing.
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Mount an ISO virtually using /dev/sr0 device

I'm doing a study about how CD-ROM can be mounted virtually and all I could find out was mounting using loop devices. mount -o loop disk1.iso /mount-point This is fairly easy. I understand that ...
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ldlinux.c32 error when booting a respined ubuntu 14.10

Ubuntu complains about the lack of a ldlinux.c32 file when I remaster Ubuntu with Remastersys. It seems that everyone who attempted to respin Ubuntu 14.10 even with a different program has this issue ...
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What is mintstick.py and how to install it?

In Linux Mint, unlike in Ubuntu, I see two separate launchers to handle USB sticks, one only for formatting, the other for writing image files to the USB stick. In the task manager I see in fact ...
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Copy ISO to folder, then back to ISO cause an error

I've got an ISO image, which include install file. I use AcetoneISO to unpack ISO to my folder. Then, I overwrite file I need and: genisoimage -o myImage.iso /my_folder Where my_folder is ...
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Linux Kali I need help after downloading the iso

Kali. I am downloading the iso 64 bit version now it will be done soon. do I burn it to CD the same way as i would with music? just drag and drop? Thanks so much for your help
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What is the difference between these Debian ISOs? [duplicate]

On the page where you can download 32-bit Debian DVDs, there are three different ISO images listed: debian-7.7.0-i386-DVD-1.iso 2014-10-18 14:23 3.7G debian-7.7.0-i386-DVD-2.iso ...
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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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Make a Custom Linux USB stick

I'm trying to grab a Linux ISO[1] and put it in a usb stick then chroot into it install some stuffs and make it bootable. The USB stick should be persistent, bootable, and use aufs (I don't know ...
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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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Split linux installation ISO into two parts

There a lot of guide how to split ISO file into multiple parts and merge them. But I want to split Linux ISO file into two parts, write on two DVD disks and install that Linux. Is it possible? How ...
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DVD giving inconsistent size informatin

I have a (read-only, commercial, dual-layer) DVD which I’m trying to create a backup copy of on my computer (because DVDs can be damaged). However, when I try to determine the size of the disc, I get ...
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How to install ISO file? [closed]

I've MATLAB R2014a UNIX ISO file , but i'm using windows 8.1 , how can i install this version of MATLAB into windows instead of UNIX ?