Find details about your ISO images from the Linux command line

On September 8, 2009, in command line, details, iso file, isoinfo, by Dipin Krishna

If you want to find the details of an iso image before burning or using it, you can get that by just typing this at terminal: isoinfo -d -i filename.iso You’ll be show the details of the iso file, such as volume size, whether the image file is a bootable one, and many other valuable […]


Mounting ISO and DD Image Files

On October 19, 2008, in chaddock, dd file, debian linux, ext2, hfs, image file, iso file, mount image file, ntfs, udf, unix commands, by Dipin Krishna

Occasionally, I’ll download an image file and want to see what is on it, or make a few changes to it before burning it to CD. The image file (dd, iso, etc) can be mounted using the loop device. You will need to know the type of filesystem the image uses. Most Linux/Unix-based OS’s have […]