Originally Posted by linus72
but, you gotta decompress the filesystem
does bt3 use squashfs, cloop or what?
is bt3 based off slax or which?
Right, I kinda understood what u said
Let me see if I'm getting it.
I ran the command above:
mount -o loop -t iso9660 bt3-final.iso /mnt/iso
The result: only 2 folders extracted called /mnt/iso/BT3 and /iso/mnt/boot.
Particularly, inside /mnt/iso/BT3/base there are some .lzm files named bin.lzm, changes.lzm, usr.lzm, etc.lzm, home.lzm, etc.
So, I'm thinking the .iso was only partially decompressed and I need to decompress those .lzm so I can see the final filesystem format as it should be (considering Linux Filesystem Hierarchy: /bin, /usr, /etc and so on...).
So, how can I do that?
Ow, and Slack uses squashfs, cause when I issued dmesg I could see an input that says:
* loading squashfs utilities.
Hope to be getting close to my answer.