Exactly , How do you add things and still have an (.ISO )..?

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Exactly , How do you add things and still have an (.ISO )..?

#1 Post by jason.b.c » Thu Mar 29, 2007 2:56 am

Ok , This is something that i have been wondering now for quite some time..

Exactly HOW..? are all of you adding things to the "UBCD.iso" that you downloaded and still winding up with a bootable ".ISO" file at the end...?

What exactly would you "open" an .iso with...? :shock:
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Re: Exactly , How do you add things and still have an (.ISO

#2 Post by verndog » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:59 am

jason.b.c wrote:Ok , This is something that i have been wondering now for quite some time..

Exactly HOW..? are all of you adding things to the "UBCD.iso" that you downloaded and still winding up with a bootable ".ISO" file at the end...?

What exactly would you "open" an .iso with...? :shock:
Many programs - 7zip, Winrar, Unversal Extractor...
Use mkisofs that's inside ubcd to re-assemble to iso.

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#3 Post by jason.b.c » Thu Mar 29, 2007 10:16 pm

Ok, So that's it..?

it's easy..?

Why did my thread get moved...?
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#4 Post by Victor Chew » Fri Mar 30, 2007 5:16 am

Why did my thread get moved...?
I moved it during regular maintenance. I am reserving the "Tutorials" section for full HOWTOs and tutorials, not request for help. I think the "Support" section is more suitable for such topics.

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