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Create ISO Image of a Folder

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Create an iso image of a directory


mkisofs -J -allow-leading-dots -R -V "Label CD" -iso-level 4 -o ./cd.iso data_cd
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Convert all Ico files to Gif

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I had a collection of ico files with the ext gif – these are the commands I used to fix the situation…


rename .gif .ico *.gif
find . -name '*.ico' -exec convert "{}" "{}.gif" \;
OR
mogrify -format gif *.ico
rm -f *.ico
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Create Compressed Image

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Create a compressed iso image of cdrom on disk


mkisofs /dev/cdrom | gzip > cd_iso.gz
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Batch Resize Images with ImageMagick

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Batch resize files in the current directory and send them to a thumbnails directory (requires convert from Imagemagick)


find . -maxdepth 1 -name *.jpg -print -exec convert "{}" -resize 80x60 "thumbs/{}" \;
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Create a Folder’s ISO image

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How to make an ISO image from contents of a directory?


mkisofs -V label-name -r directory-name > iso-image.iso

[tags]iso,image,folder,linux,mkisofs[/tags]

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Create CD Image

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These commands can be used to create an image of a CD/DVD/HDD. You can also use some GUI tool like K3B to do this. Use one any of the three commands…


dd if=/dev/cdrom of=cd_image.iso
cat /dev/cdrom >image.iso
readcd dev=device f=image.raw

[tags]cd, command, dd, dvd, image, iso,linux,raw[/tags]

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Command to make a CD/DVD ISO Image in Linux with dd

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This command can be used to create an image of a CD/DVD/HDD. You can also use some GUI tool like K3B to do this.

Make sure that the CD is unmounted before running this command


dd if=/dev/cdrom of=cd_image.iso

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Extracting DAA Image Files

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I once got a DAA file from a P2P network. Initally I was at a lose about how to extract the data. Finally I found a method that works. First get the ‘poweriso’ utilty for Linux. You can get it at the PowerISO website

Then convert the DAA file to a regular ISO file using this command…


poweriso convert daa_image.daa -o iso_image.iso -ot iso

[tags]iso,daa,image,poweriso,command,linux[/tags]

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Mount ISO Images

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Mounting ISO Images in Linux


mount -t iso9660 -o loop <Image_File> <Mount_Point>

How to Mount ISO/MDF Images in Linux

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