Re: raw or iso for burning
> Hi guys
> What's the difference between a .iso and a .raw file? Which programs can
> use which for cd-burning?
There shouldn't be any difference and so every program will be able to burn it
(I work with cdrecord).
If a certain program needs a .iso extension just move the .raw to .iso
If you are not sure whether a file is in iso format then just try to mount it
with something like this:
mount -o loop=/dev/loop0 potato-XXXX.raw /mnt -t iso9660
You need loop support enable in the kernel to do this.