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I have had some successful experience with Live System (in the Debian corresponding package is called live-build). This tool allows to create custom live images and installers with specified version of kernel, architecture, packages and custom content. May be it's not exactly what do you need, but anyway I hope it will be useful.
I would like suggest to use the Live System project (in Debian the according deb-package is called live-build). I have used it to create custom Debian-based live images and installers. This tool allows to manage a lot of features: system architecture, installed packages, custom content, etc.
Mounting a CD image makes the files from that CD image available. The files are still stored on the CD image. Mounting doesn't copy anything, it just makes some files accessible. When the CD image is unmounted, the files will no longer be accessible. Extracting the CD image (the ISO file) copies the files from the image to some other location. One way to ...
Try genisoimage. It has all you need to handle ISOs. After you install it you'll also be able to use mc to view ISO content.
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