Keeping track of isos.

Israel israeldahl at gmail.com
Sun Apr 19 22:24:39 UTC 2015


Hi,
You can also mount the ISO and read the README.diskdefines file
This will give you:
DISKNAME
ARCH

Then just rename the file to make it easy to remember.

On 04/19/2015 12:01 PM, Ian Bruntlett wrote:
> Hi Aere.
>
> On 19 April 2015 at 17:32, Aere Greenway <Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com
> <mailto:Aere at dvorak-keyboards.com>> wrote:
>
>     /If you insert/mount the media (CD/DVD/USB), and look at it in the
>     file browser, you will find the following directory:
>     /
>
> <snip!>
> Thanks for that. I always carry two USB flash drives with me - one for
> data I want around with me, the other to have an Ubuntu I can use to
> install on a friend's computer in an emergency or use as a rescue
> drive. It has been useful in the past.
>
> /On my USB drives, I have been labelling (using gparted) the partition
> with a name identifying which system it is. 
> /
> Thanks for that. I've adopted it. As I deal with 32-bit and 64-bit,
> and because there aren't many characters in a label, I had to name a
> drive as UBUN1404X86.
>
> I also have a ~/isos folder and use a combination of verbose folder
> and filenames to track things. When 15.04 comes out I'll be able to
> free up a lot of disc space.
>
> BW,
>
>
> Ian
>
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