Mount ISO Image

Leo Cacciari leo.cacciari at gmail.com
Wed Feb 27 15:04:42 UTC 2008


Il giorno mer, 27/02/2008 alle 09.20 -0500, Bart Silverstrim ha scritto:
> Does anyone know one way or the other if you can acually use loop to 
> mount an ISO image and write to it?  I thought that only worked if you 
> were mastering an image to burn, not one that's turned into an ISO image 
> yet..?
> 
AFAIK, there is no way to do this :) the iso filesystem is inherently
read-only (better, is marked as read-only once is finalized after
writing to disk). Someone suggested to do it, I remarked that this
wouldn't work and suggested use of iso-master. Someone else said that
you could use the archive application to extract/edit/put back files,
but I never tried. Another suggestion was to extract the files, edit
them and then put them back creating a (new) iso immage. IIRC the latter
is the method suggested by ubuntu for customizing install CDs.

-- 
Leo 'TheHobbit' Cacciari

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