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Still I don't understand what you mean by labeling! If you intended to change contents within the iso - then you can do that by mounting the iso using loopback. Just asking for clarification even after you have done the relabeling using a windows software.
Its the damn name of CD. Every time you burn a disc it asks for a name. Like 'MyDisc' is default in some CDburning software. Afterward, if you make and .iso image out of it, that name of CD is somewhere inside the .iso file, near beginning.
The term is volume ID.
An ISO-9660 is read only and so therefore will also be read only when mounted using a loopback device. There are some linux ISO editing utilities that I found with a quick qoogle but have no experience using them.
Here's how to do it: Install isomaster (apt-get install isomaster).
Isomaster is an easy to use graphical utility for editing iso files. Open the iso file in isomaster. Then click on File>Properties and you will see the volume name. Click on the volume name to edit it, then save. You will need to save it as a new iso file, but isomaster will only change the volume name to the one you gave it and not touch any of the other files or directories on the disc image.