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    how can I edit a udf iso?

    I need to delete a file on an iso so I can use my windows 7 starter product key to reinstall on my netbook. but when i mount the iso it only shows a file called readme.txt. I've tried using a modified nautilus script but it didn't work. can someone please help me out i don't want to waste my entire day off
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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    Clarification needed. Do you want to reinstall Windows 7 only on your netbook?

    Have you seen "Windows 7 ISOs you can download" - http://www.insidesocal.com/click/201...n-downloa.html

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    I have a proffesional iso from digital river. I want to delete the ei.cfg file so it will let me chose starter edition and I can use my key. would you know how I could mount this iso in ubuntu? and yes only on my netbook
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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    Have you tried isomaster, it's in the repositories.

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    i will thanks
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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    I'm a bit late here, but did ISO Master work for the OP? I'm having the exact same problem. I have a windows7 iso that I want to edit but all I see in ISO Master is a readme text file that tells me this:

    This disc contains a "UDF" file system and requires an operating system
    that supports the ISO-13346 "UDF" file system specification.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    M

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    UDF is a filesystem, like ntfs or ext3.

    There is a kernel module for it, it's probably not built (it usually isn't by default).

    I would guess that you'll need to built or somehow acquire the kernel module for UDF fileststems, then you can just mount the iso via the usual means. Not sure how you're going to delete a file from it though.

    To build the module, you'll need the kernel source for the version you're running & the development tools (compilers etc). Then build the module (you don't need to build the whole kernel), copy it to your live kernel location & load it.

    EDIT:
    Oh, also check this (its for vista dvds): http://ascending.wordpress.com/2008/...-ubuntu-linux/
    Last edited by dr_duck; December 13th, 2010 at 03:12 PM.

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    Hi.

    try to install 7zip from Ubuntu software center, with the add-ons.
    then right click and choose "extract here"


    You are probebly looking for a way to repack the ISO file, and I would sugest ISO Master.

    God luck.

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

    you can try ultreiso

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    Re: how can I edit a udf iso?

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