Re: Extracting file system from an iso image
On 16-Oct-2003 Ashish Rangole wrote:
> Thanks for the response. However, isodump seems to be an interactive
> utility and not something that you could just call from another
> script/executable running in background. If it can be, then I would like
> to know how?
why not mounting the iso image via loop device? Then you have access to
any file operations and commands you need. In script mode too, sure!
Joachim Backes <email@example.com>
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> On Wed, 2003-10-15 at 18:05, Volker Kuhlmann wrote:
> > > Once I have read an ISO9660 image with or without Joliet/Rockridge
> > > extns, is there a way to simply extract files, directory sturcture
> > > from it (analogous to tar extraction), without actually mounting the
> > > iso image? Is there a utility to do this?
> > isodump (comes with cdrecord/mkisofs)
> > Volker
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