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Re: [vox-tech] Multiple Cd iso to single DVD
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Re: [vox-tech] Multiple Cd iso to single DVD



On Fri, 19 Aug 2005 09:33:05 -0700, Alex Mandel wrote:
> Well, I actually did that but it's not a viable option because the
> end OS is windows(not to mention when I made the isos to start in
> windows with Roxio-the only software I have access to it did
> something funny and linux will only mount 1 of the 7 without
> error), I'm just using my linux box because I have more software
> options.

Did you burn all the files in one session, or make a multi-session DVD?
> 
> In the end I think I'm going to option 2 if I can ever get the
> files extracted from the isos. I'll see if I can post my mount
> error when I get home.
> Something about a loop error if I don't specify the file system and
> invalid file system when I do specify iso9660, I think Roxio made a
> funny version of iso9660, because some windows tools can still read
> it.

RAR will extract files from an .iso, I believe. WinRAR will, I'm assuming the Linux version will too. http://www.rarlabs.com/download.htm


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