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Create a backup ISO image of your important data

If you want to make a quick backup of a certain directory, ready to be burned on a CD or DVD, you can use

mkisofs -V LABEL -r directory | gzip > cdrom.iso.gz

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  1. Hello, I am glad I pressed harder enough until I found linux dvd copy software, because this post on a backup ISO image of your important data | Tips4Linux.com was extremely helpful. Just last Wednesday I was pondering on this quite a bit.

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  2. n00b

    Just a newbie question, how do you restore it later?
    If you unzip it, you get an iso of the folder?

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