Mounting an ISO image to a folder and accessing the contents of the image is very simple. Firstly we need to create a directory to mount the image to. |{/mnt/Elements/Files/ISOs}-{Fri Mar 22 23:52:17} -{[email protected] } $ sudo mkdir /root/img [sudo] password for john:|{/mnt/Elements/Files/ISOs}-{Fri Mar 22 23:52:17} [email protected] } $ sudo mkdir /root/img [sudo] password for …

The free Clonezilla Linux distribution allows the creation and distribution of disk images allowing the Administrator of a room full of computers to create a good fresh installation of the Microsoft Windows operating system and all associated software and then to distribute that image to all other computers in the room. This will greatly simplify …

To view the contents of an ISO  image, the isoinfo command for Linux will come in very useful indeed. Just type isoinfo -f -i myiso.iso to view the contents of the ISO image as shown in this example. C:\MEDIA\ELEMENTS\FILES\ISOS> isoinfo -f -i linuxmint-11-gnome-dvd-64bit.iso /BOOT /CASPER /EFI /ISOLINUX /MD5SUM.TXT;1 /PRESEED /_DISK /BOOT/GRUB /CASPER/FILESYSTEM.MANIFEST;1 /CASPER/FILESYSTEM.MANIFEST_DESKTOP;1 /CASPER/FILESYSTEM.SIZE;1 /CASPER/FILESYSTEM.SQUASHFS;1 …