|Comment by: Hypex (22.214.171.124)||At: 29 Feb 2008, 04:51||File version: 1.9|
|Yes I think I meant HDF.|
|Comment by: spot (126.96.36.199)||At: 18 Feb 2008, 13:49||File version: 1.8|
|a hdimage as in HDF?|
|Comment by: Hypex (188.8.131.52)||At: 12 Feb 2008, 15:11||File version: 1.8|
|This is all good converting to iso, but what about the other way, converting|
from iso. I have an iso file I'd like to use as a HD image. Too complicated?
|Comment by: Spot (184.108.40.206)||At: 04 Feb 2008, 22:05||File version: 1.7|
|Aaah... I looked up info on .toast images.|
It could be added to iso-o-matic and diskimage.device very easily. =)
"Don't know much about Macs but my understanding is that toast images are just
standard isos. If you want burn them on a PC just rename the extension of the
image file to .iso and burn with iso burning app of your choice."
|Comment by: spot (220.127.116.11)||At: 04 Feb 2008, 21:43||File version: 1.7|
|Yeah! Great update!|
|Comment by: SZAMAN (18.104.22.168)||At: 03 Feb 2008, 22:24||File version: 1.5|
|Maybe .toast format support?|
|Comment by: spotUP||At: 16 Jan 2008, 06:28||File version: 1.1|
|Here's another really nice one DMG2ISO for Macintosh DMG images!|
|Comment by: Spot / Up Rough (22.214.171.124)||At: 16 Jan 2008, 05:39||File version: 1.1|
|Info to myself and Salass00:|
PowerISO (.daa) images:
xiso - xbx is an Xbox (EL) Image file.
Actually there is no utility for this, but it can be done as follows:
$ cat image1.gi image2.gi > image.iso
.c2d is a Roxio's WinOnCD CD Image File.
There is no standalone Application like this, you must use KIso
(kiso.sourceforge.net) as it's the only open-source app that supports this image
|Comment by: Spot / Up Rough (126.96.36.199)||At: 16 Jan 2008, 05:15||File version: 1.1|
|It's in the middle of the night right now, but i will test it first thing in the|
morning! I just wanted to say =)
PS. Change my name in the readme to Spot or Spot/Up Rough.