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Burning or converting ccd, img, sub to CD?

Link to this post 03 Aug 09

Ok so I'm the kind of person to do his reasurch before asking questions but now I'm just stuck.

I can't really find a way to burn a CDimage that's made from cloneCD so if anyone has an idea I'd apreciate it.

Just as info I'm running xubuntu/ubuntu desktops and I've already tried using ccd2iso and K3D to make an iso. I've also tried finding a .deb package for ISOmount but no luck.

Help apreciated
thx

Link to this post 04 Aug 09

Ok, the easyest way to make an iso image from a cd or dvd:
first, mount the cd/dvd so you can see the files on it.
then open a console and at the command line type:
dd if=/dev/cdrom of=filename.iso

This will create the iso file.

To see the contents of a iso file, at the command line type this as root:
mount -t iso9660 -o loop filename.iso /mnt/disk

For this, the folder /mnt/disk must exist before you issue the command.

Good luck

Link to this post 04 Aug 09

Also to burn an iso image already generated use K3B under the tools menu look for "burn cd/dvd image"

Good luck

Link to this post 04 Aug 09

well thx but the problem is that I have three image files that are
.ccd
.img
.sub
and they come from a cloneCD, not just a regular iso.
I cant find a way to burn them to a disk using linux

Help appreciated

Link to this post 04 Aug 09

Ok, I see, ccd2iso should have worked as shown here:

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ManageDiscImages

reading I've found some people who got the "file cannot be opened" error or something like that, have you tried running ccd2iso as root?

Good luck

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