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Re: Extracting directories from an ISO image, command line tool?

Brian wrote:
On Thu 10 Sep 2015 at 09:06:42 -0500, Richard Owlett wrote:

Brian wrote:
On Thu 10 Sep 2015 at 08:06:36 -0500, Richard Owlett wrote:

Using dd I have copied physical [NO INTERNET AVAILABLE ;] Debian DVD's to
/media/distributionA resulting in

Extract pool directory (and all of its sub-directories) resulting in

What commands should I be looking at?

I'd use mc (midnight commander) for that. Open ISO, tag files and copy.
It saves having to think about commands. :)

I explicitly tried to eliminate GUI and GUI-like responses by subject line.

I explicitly ignored the effort. :)

I did however browse the man page. It might work.
Besides I like to think - that's why I dumped the Windows approach of BIG
DADDY knows best ;!

I'd also dispense with the dd part and just mount the media somewhere.

VIOLATES 1st line of "Environment". Please note verb tense.

I have. It's the "present". Do I get points now?

"have copied" is PAST tense - *not* PRESENT tense.

Some languages have an explicit form denoting "an action completed in the past with a continuing effect in the present". Wish English did.

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