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I don't have an SDXC card or a compatible reader, but I would advise caution if you are planning to use exFAT as it doesn't work for me on Lubuntu 13.10. I formatted on Windows 8, a 4gb usb stick in exFAT with 4096 allocation and MBR partition table. I wasn't able to mount it on Lubuntu 13.10. Additionally gparted only lists being able to copy and move exFAT ...
Floppies are almost sure to be VFATmsdos, you can find out by running file on the actual image as I suggested in my comment: file /path/to/floppy.img However, that returns the file's type not the filesystem that the image contains. Filesystem image files are data and that's what file is telling you. I know that file will report the filesystem for .iso ...
It seems that wavelab is only avaiable on Windows and MAC. You could try to use wine or a virtual machine with windows on it. I've found no other application that opens/converts this type of files.
Windows cannot open Ext- filesystems by default. There are programms for Windows to open Ext-filesystems. Try Ext2Read. it is an explorer like utility to explore ext2/ext3/ext4 files.
Using 7zip to extract iso file is extremely simple even it has multiple parts. Let's assume you have an iso archive with three parts named by a.iso.001, a.iso.002, a.iso.003. The standard command line is in this way: 7z x a.iso.001 -tiso.split -o output_dir or 7z x a.iso.001 -tudf.split -o output_dir Passing the -t flag with the "split" indication ...
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