Odd question re medical cdroms

James Cain james.cain.25 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 7 19:41:20 UTC 2014

On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 1:05 PM, Gene Heskett <gheskett at wdtv.com> wrote:

> 1st, it is an iso9660 cdrom.
> However, it appears to have a file structure naming scheme that only the
> correct winders player recognizes.
> Do we have anything in the repo's that can view these image files, obtained
> either from a CT scan or an MRI?  gxine, the most likey candidate, claims
> no demuxer found for the filetype.
> Thanks for any clues.  This is a 10.04.4 LTS install.
> Cheers, Gene
> --
It's safe to say that any version of an app in the repos for 10.04 would
likely be long out-dated and probably very unsupported. Support (and
therefore software updates) ended in April 1012. See:

It would be wise to upgrade to at least 10.04, which is the currently
supported LTS, or 14.04 which will be released this month.

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