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Old 05-30-2006, 11:14 AM   #16
ethics
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Really respect your time and effort, good job.

I would definatly like a copy of the book (dont mind paying, i need an uptodate Linux source).

What i would say when posting it here, without line breaks, and all the colours, it makes it a tad difficult to read.
 
Old 08-16-2006, 09:56 PM   #17
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Hello Sir,

This has reference to the web page: "How To Do Eveything With DD -.htm"

> "Make an iso image of a CD"

Done every thing as under,

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
knoppix@localhost:~$ su
Password:
root@localhost:/home/knoppix# dd if=/dev/cdrom of=mycd.iso bs=2048 conv=notrunc
358254+0 records in
358254+0 records out
733704192 bytes transferred in 354.825077 seconds (2067791 bytes/sec)
root@localhost:/home/knoppix#

mycd.iso has permissions-rw-r--r--)to chage the permissions:
root@localhost:/home/knoppix# chmod a+rwx mycd.iso
root@localhost:/home/knoppix#
Now mycd.iso has permissions-rwxrwxrwx)

to mount the image,
root@localhost:/home/knoppix#mkdir /mnt/mycd
root@localhost:/home/knoppix#

root@localhost:/home/knoppix#kedit /etc/fstab
added the line /home/knoppix/mycd.iso /mnt/mycd iso9660 rw, user, noauto 0 0 and saved it.

root@localhost:/home/knoppix# mount -o loop /mnt/mycd
root@localhost:/home/knoppix#

The file system IS available as files & directories.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

however sorry to inform you that,

can NOT edit "mycd.iso" as it gets mounted with "-r-xr-xr-x" permissions!

Prof S W Damle

Email : swdamle@sancharnet.in
 
Old 08-17-2006, 05:22 AM   #18
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Some really interesting stuff here! What's the name of your book, and will it be available through all major bookstores?

~Shiv
 
  


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