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    Default looking for an ISO creater for data files

    I want to pull some data off a disk and create an ISO image with it kind of like ripping a dvd but only ripping data folders I used to use magic iso and a few others when I used windows but now that I am using Linux I am not sure which program/programs to use

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    Default Re: looking for an ISO creater for data files

    acetoneiso2 is in packman

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    both will do what you ask
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    Default Re: looking for an ISO creater for data files

    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    acetoneiso2 is in packman

    as is isomaster

    both will do what you ask
    Cool thank you

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    Default Re: looking for an ISO creater for data files

    If you run KDE you ought to try K3B, it's native and does what you want
    easily. It's what I use to do the same thing!

    Shadowmeph wrote:
    > I want to pull some data off a disk and create an ISO image with it kind
    > of like ripping a dvd but only ripping data folders I used to use magic
    > iso and a few others when I used windows but now that I am using Linux I
    > am not sure which program/programs to use
    >
    >


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    Default Re: looking for an ISO creater for data files

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    Simple enough:

    mkisofs /path/to/your/top/directory > /path/to/newfile.iso

    Good luck.





    Shadowmeph wrote:
    > I want to pull some data off a disk and create an ISO image with it kind
    > of like ripping a dvd but only ripping data folders I used to use magic
    > iso and a few others when I used windows but now that I am using Linux I
    > am not sure which program/programs to use
    >
    >

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