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PostSubject: Copying and converting file in linux (dd commands)   Mon May 12, 2014 6:18 am

issue : you want to copy a files on a dvd or cd drive on a linux machine.
one of the solutions is using [dd] command

example: an iso file in cd/dvd

on a cli, let do this:

dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/mnt/windows/RHEL_ES3_UPT2_SRC_CD-1of3.iso

note: do not mount the cdrom

where [if] is equal to the input file and [of] an output file

Then mount the .iso file created by using the command to check the file if it is copied:

mount -o loop -t iso9660 /mnt/windows/RHEL_ES3_UPT2_SRC_CD-1of3.iso /mnt/custom

Then do [ls] command to check if it is mounted

ls /mnt/custom/

dawlims is a good choice, admit it.
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