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If you are alarmed by the problem of creating an ISO image of a CD / DVD-ROM in Linux Ubuntu, then this information is for you.

In front of me was a DVD, which had to be converted into an ISO image on the hard drive. How to do this if only the OS is available without Brasero and K3B? It turns out there is a way out and it is very simple.

We use the Linux command - genisoimage. Using this command, you can create ISO-disks with Cyrillic names of files and directories, which in our modernized time takes not the last place.

To solve this problem, it was required to type the command in the console:

After waiting for the end of the process (the process of creating an ISO image will be displayed as a percentage) and that's it - the image is ready!

As a result, you in Home folder will be waiting for the newly made ISO-image.

At first glance, the team looks awesome and cumbersome, but after understanding the parameters, you can understand that -V label_iso is a mark of the future image, -o

/name.iso - indicate where to put the ISO-image, / media / cdrom0 - this is the source (if you need to virtualize the disk, then this disk must be mounted on the system).

You can select a directory as the source, then the result is an ISO image with the contents of the specified directory.

To create an ISO image, you do not need to draw up any contract with an individual, since the contract is executed in the presence of contract work. And here we do everything ourselves.

Comments:

  1. andrey posted a comment on February 9, 2011, 10:33 #

Class, I did not think that everything is so simple!

Thanks, I thought I need to download applications, but it turns out I do not need ATP

  • Mut @ NT posted a comment May 17, 2011, 06:24 #

Yes, everything is simple! Linux is surprising

Yes, everything is simple! Linux is surprising

This team just helped me out. Thank you for the option you presented.

Thank you, Linux is a cool thing if you learn it, I like it better than Windows Must Die!

big thx guys! life free or die!

Yes, maybe someone else will describe how to install and run a game that does not go without a disk on windows, specifically C&C. I want to play Yuri’s revenge on fucking Linux on xD arbeiten.

When I copied the command without # it turned out :)))
Wow! Thank!

Described of course is interesting, but - a little "one-sided."
The author of the article should have written about the Acetone Iso program, which allows you to create another kind of “.iso” image - an engineering one that is no less needed when, for example, you need to create an exact copy of an existing CD or DVD.
In this case, in the program Acetone Iso, select the “Image Conversion” menu item, then select “Create an ISO image from CD / DVD, and execute” in this menu - after which the type of disc to be recorded is selected - data disc ( most often), this is the item “standard CD / DVD data”, or an audio disc, or other types of discs.
I hope my advice will help any of the Linux users.

Creating a disk image on Linux

An ISO image is a kind of complete analogue of a CD or DVD, however it is created virtually in the Operating System and has a mount point in Linux, and a virtual disk in Windows.


There are several commands / utilities for creating an image on OS / Linux.
The standard command that is executed in most cases is:

1) # dd if = / dev / cdrom of = / media / iso / my.iso

Here :
/media/iso/my.iso - the way to save the ISO image,
/ dev / cdrom - CD / DVD device.

2) Also for Linux there is a utility package for creating an image.

GenIsoImage - can create ISO images:
- Bootable.
- With extension Joliet - for Windows.
- With extension Rock ridge - used in Linux used in Linux systems and allow you to save user rights.
- For Macintosh and its HFS file system

For installation GenIsoImage in Ubuntu you need to run the command

How to create an ISO disk image in Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS

How to create an ISO disk image in Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS

If you are alarmed by the problem of creating an ISO image of a CD / DVD-ROM in Linux Ubuntu, then this information is for you.

In front of me was a DVD, which had to be converted into an ISO image on the hard drive. How to do this if only the OS is available without Brasero and K3B? It turns out there is a way out and it is very simple.

We use the Linux command - genisoimage. Using this command, you can create ISO-disks with Cyrillic names of files and directories, which in our modernized time takes not the last place.

To solve this problem, it was required to type the command in the console:

After waiting for the end of the process (the process of creating an ISO image will be displayed as a percentage) and that's it - the image is ready!

As a result, you in Home folder will be waiting for a new ISO-image.

At first glance, the team looks awesome and cumbersome, but after understanding the parameters, you can understand that -V label_iso is a mark of the future image, -o

/name.iso - indicate where to put the ISO-image,/ media / cdrom0 - this is the source (if you need to virtualize the disk, then this disk must be mounted on the system).

You can select a directory as the source, then the result is an ISO image with the contents of the specified directory

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