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Make ISO of disc with certain locations and directory

I'm having a hard time. I'm trying to make ISO's of some discs. Brasero defaults to my home drive, which has insufficient space, so it dims the the properties button, thus making impossible to ...
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does this work in Ubuntu correctly - or is there missing something?

This (gawky) question is concerning command dd: dd if=/dev/DVD of=whatever.iso seems not to work ... and then output follows like: could not open /dev/DVD - file or directory not found Is ...
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Can command cmp be used to compare a disc and an ISO?

My friend gave me a ubuntu live CD, for security reason I want to make sure the CD is safe to use. I have checked the sha256sum and md5sum of the CD, but then I heard they have vulnerabilities too. ...
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How to install Ubiquity into a Live CD installation image?

I am trying a create a small Ubuntu installation ISO image. I am using a tool called Ubuntu-Builder. To make the final ISO as small as possible, I have decided to use Ubuntu Mini Remix. It is a small ...
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How do I install a program from a executable CD?

Now by executable CD I mean a disk that usually would run and install a program but for some reason isn't. I would particularly like to know how to install it from the command line (terminal). Please ...
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How to merge two .iso split-files into one image-file?

I am following this tutorial, in order to install Android onto my computer via Virtual Box. My problem is, they want you to download: liveandroidv0.3.iso.001 liveandroidv0.3.iso.002 Then they ...
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How do I burn a DVD ISO using the terminal?

I have a DVD ISO file and i want to burn through the terminal . We have many command formats but i am unable to choose the best & safe one . so please give me a best command to burn the ISO ...
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Difficulty trying to mount an ISO file “mount: you must specify the filesystem type”

I have an .iso file which I would like to mount. I have made a folder in /mnt/iso as a mount point. Now I try: sudo mount -o loop filename.iso /mnt/iso and the reply is: mount: you must specify ...