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    Wink multi session + iso + virtual dive + cd roller

    To be honest: I've been like three months thinking how to submit this query to this site.
    I'll detail what I'd been doing in Windows XP:

    Step A:
    I periodically burned new pictures of my camera, to CDs. However, -doing this- I always erased all of the previous seasons of pictures (which remained stored inside the disc, of course).

    Step B:
    I then created an iso-image of that whole CD to the HD -for working right with it daily without using the CDrom drive-.

    Step C:
    I used the Nero Virtual Drive, to pick that iso-image, creating a virtual drive then.

    Step D:
    I used CD~Roller for accessing all the iso-CD sessions, one after the other, for retrieving the pictures of each old session -which weren't visible already in the explorer-.

    --- Can anyone suggest the best way for doing it so, in Ubuntu? I've been having some troubles. --- macanudokiosko
    Last edited by macanudokiosko; September 16th, 2009 at 01:05 PM. Reason: making it more clearly

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    Re: multi session + iso + virtual dive + cd roller

    You can create multi-session ISO images using kdb. It is a powerful program which allows you to create and burn images from your files or a CD.

    You can mount any ISO 9660 image in your linux system. First, you need to create a mount point which is a directory. If you want to treat it as a cd, then, do the following steps (assuming your image name and path is ~/image.iso):

    Code:
    cd /media
    sudo mkdir iso
    sudo mount -o loop ~/image.iso /media/iso
    This will load your ISO image as a disk. I hope that this can help you


    Quote Originally Posted by macanudokiosko View Post
    To be honest: I've been like three months thinking how to submit this query to this site.
    I'll detail what I'd been doing in Windows XP:

    Step A:
    I burnt new pictures of my camera, to CDs. However, for this I erased all of the previous seasons (which remained stored inside the disc, of course).

    Step B:
    I created an iso-image of that whole CD to the HD, for working right with it daily.

    Step C:
    I used the Nero Virtual Drive, to pick that iso-image, creating a virtual drive then.

    Step D:
    I used CD~Roller for accessing all the iso-CD sessions, one after the other, for retrieving the pictures of each old session.

    --- Can anyone suggest the best way for doing it so, in Ubuntu? I've been having some troubles. --- macanudokiosko

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    Re: multi session + iso + virtual dive + cd roller

    Quote Originally Posted by abouzar View Post
    You can create multi-session ISO images using kdb. It is a powerful program which allows you to create and burn images from your files or a CD.
    I thought kdb was a debugger. Do you perhaps mean K3B?

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    Re: multi session + iso + virtual dive + cd roller

    Problem: the k3b is creating funny separate files for each session, which are nothing like an iso file.

    [quote=abouzar;7956440]You can create multi-session ISO images using kdb. It is a powerful program which allows you to create and burn images from your files or a CD.

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