I just downloaded some materials, but the extensions are not recognized by Ubuntu.

I have a bunch of files names name.iso.001, name.iso.002 and so on.

How I can extract or mount it?

2 Answers 2

cat name.iso.001 name.iso.002 so on > newName.iso

does the job almost all the time. Otherwise there is utility called lxsplit

sudo apt-get install lxsplit

I never used lxsplit but I think the way you use it to join is:

lxsplit -j name.iso.001
  • Was going to say the same thing. Aug 15, 2011 at 18:31
  • I got u :) but yea when I transitted from Windows to Ubuntu this particular issue was quite dominant
    – wisemonkey
    Aug 15, 2011 at 19:15
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    what about cat filename.avi.* > filename.avi?
    – user47206
    Nov 6, 2012 at 23:32

These filenames look like those produced in Windows by QuickPar when used to split files (particularly video files including iso files) and can be rejoined by Quickpar and repaired at same time if needed with par files supplied.

I used WINE to install QuickPar in Ubuntu and used it to join the files. I think only Quickpar can rejoin what it has split.

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