If you ever wondered what that mysterious ISO file you downloaded two years ago is, and don’t want to burn the image, you can view details of the volume with a simple command: isoinfo -d -i filename.iso You’ll be given details like the volume size, if the image file is a bootable one and other… Read More »
If you want to convert CCD and IMG files into a more common ISO image file, use ccd2iso: ccd2iso image_file.img image_file.iso
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 We guarantee 100% pass results on first attempt by using 220-701 Q & A with detailed 640-822 notes and 642-812 practice test.
Have you ever wondered if a certain file is in the first or second ISO you just downloaded? Use isoinfo to find out: isoinfo -l -i filename.iso |more You can also find out more about the ISO image by using isoinfo -d -i filename.iso |more