Re: Extracting file system from an iso image
>From: Rob Bogus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Ashish Rangole 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?
>Let me ask the silly question, why are you trying to avoid mounting the
>filesystem? The obvious way to do an extract is to just mount with a
>loopback mount and copy. I presume that there is some reason why you
>don't want to do this, lack of permissions perhaps, other than that I
>don't see any reason to look for an alternative.
isoinfo could always be used to extract a single file.
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