Is it possible with mkisofs, cdparanoia or other such Linux utilities, to read a CD (data, audio, enhanced, etc.) and create an ISO image from it?
I'm mainly interested because I want to create an ISO of an "enhanced CD" I've made of my own music - i.e. audio tracks, plus a data section with extra audio files, info on the recording, etc.. This is so that if anyone else wants a copy of the CD, I just pop in a CD-R and use cdrecord to burn a copy straight from the ISO.
In case you wondered why I don't just make an ISO from the original files: I've Googled for info on authoring enhanced CDs with Linux command-line tools, and what I've found isn't pretty. Much easier, it seems, to author it in Nero, and (if possible) make an ISO image from the finished CD itself.
Unless anyone knows an easier way, in which case I'd welcome it