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Wie mounte ich ein cdrdao - Image?

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root24
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Wie mounte ich ein cdrdao - Image?

Beitrag von root24 »

Hallo!

Ich hätte da eine Frage: Ist es möglich ein cdrdao image (besteht aus einem .toc und einem .bin file) zu mounten? Wenn ja wie? ich habs schon versucht mit:

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linux:~ # mount /windows/d/image/bfv1.toc -r -t iso9660 -o loop /media/image
und mit:

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linux:~ # mount /windows/d/image/bfv1.bin -r -t iso9660 -o loop /media/image
Aber es kommt immer die folgende Fehlermeldung:

mount: Falscher Dateisystemtyp, ungültige Optionen, der
»Superblock« von /dev/loop0 ist beschädigt oder es sind
zu viele Dateisysteme eingehängt
(could this be the IDE device where you in fact use
ide-scsi so that sr0 or sda or so is needed?)

Ich würde das image gerne in diesem format belassen, also nicht in eine iso umwandeln oder so. Gibts für solche Fälle vielleicht ein spezielles Programm, oder hab ich beim mount-Befehl was falsch?

Danke schonmal für die Antwort.

mfg,
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Beitrag von oc2pus »

du kannst ISOs so mounten...

dazu musst du erst das bin in ein ISO umwandeln. Dazu gibt es Tools wie:

bchunk (http://he.fi/bchunk/)
vcdgear (http://www.vcdgear.com/)
mountiso (http://www.jinjiru.ru/index/mountiso)

etc ... schau bei freshmeat.net nach weiteren

einige gibt es auch als RPMs hier:
http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/S ... er-oc2pus/
http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/suse/apt/S ... er-oc2pus/
tell people what you want to do, and they'll probably help you to do it.
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Beitrag von Paule1976 »

Guck mal hier http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=11577

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Description:
Mount ISO Image is an advanced script which allows to perform multiple operations with ISO, NRG (Nero Burning ROM), UDF (DVD), CUE/BIN, CCD/IMG/SUB (CloneCD), XDVDFS (XBOX) images.
 Mount/unmount operations can be performed in two different ways: using kdesu or sudo. During the installation you'll be offered to choose a variant to use.
 Note: If you prefer to use sudo, you should first choose to "Setup sudo config" in installation menu.
 
 ISO9660 (CD) and UDF (DVD) images
 ---------------------------------
 Mount:
 Right-click an ".ISO" file and choose "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Mount Image". Image file will be mounted to folder on Desktop, the corresponding folder will be opened and raised.
 
 Unmount:
 Right-click an ".ISO" file and choose "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Unmount Image". The corresponding folder will be removed from the desktop automagically.
 
 Calculate MD5 sum:
 Right-click an ".ISO" file, choose "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Calculate MD5 sum" and wait for completion - it may take several minutes for a standard 650 Mb image on a slow machine.
 
 Create ISO/UDF image from directory: 
 Right-click a folder that you wish an ISO or UDF image to be created from and choose "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Create ISO (or UDF) image". Image will be created either in parent directory of this folder (if user is allowed to write there) or on the Desktop.
 Warning: Check if you have enough free space on target partition before creating an ISO!
 
 Create ISO/UDF image from CD/DVD drive:
 Right-click any suitable directory (resulting file will be stored there), select "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Create ISO-image from CD-ROM" and select the name of ISO image in the filename selection dialog. If it suggests you put the resulting image on the Desktop instead of the selected directory, it means that current user has no permission to write in this directory.
 Note: This feature requires a working CD/DVD drive
 Warning: Check if you have enough free space on target partition before creating an ISO!
 
 NRG (Nero Burning ROM) images
 -----------------------------
 Mount:
 Right-click an ".NRG" file and choose "Actions -> Manage NRG -> Mount Image". Image file will be mounted to folder on Desktop, the corresponding folder will be opened and raised.
 
 Unmount:
 Right-click an ".NRG" file and choose "Actions -> Manage NRG -> Unmount Image". The corresponding folder will be removed from the desktop automagically. You can also right-click this very folder on your to unmount.
 
 Calculate MD5 sum:
 Right-click an ".NRG" file, choose "Actions -> Manage NRG -> Calculate MD5 sum" and wait for completion - it may take several minutes for a standard 650 Mb image on a slow machine.
 
 Convert NRG image to ISO
 Right-click an ".NRG" file and choose "Actions -> Manage NRG -> Convert to ISO" to convert the image to a standard ISO.
 Warning: Check if you have enough free space before converting!
 
 CUE/BIN images
 --------------
 Mount:
 Right-click a ".CUE" file and choose "Actions -> Manage CUE/BIN -> Mount Image". Image file will be mounted to folder on Desktop, the corresponding folder will be opened and raised.
 Note: This feature requires the use of 'cdemu' utility, available here: http://cdemu.sourceforge.net
 If it is not installed on your system, you will need to compile it from source or find a suitable package.
 
 Unmount:
 Right-click a ".CUE" file and choose "Actions -> Manage CUE/BIN -> Unmount Image". The corresponding folder will be removed from the desktop automagically. You can also right-click this very folder on your to unmount.
 
 Convert CUE/BIN image to ISO:
 Right-click a ".CUE" file and choose "Actions -> Manage CUE/BIN -> Convert to ISO" to convert the image to a standard ISO.
 Note: This feature requires 'bchunk' utility, available here: http://he.fi/bchunk
 If it is not installed on your system, you will need to compile it from source or find a suitable package.
 NB: Check if you have enough free space before converting!
 
 CCD/IMG/SUB (CloneCD) images
 ----------------------------
 Convert CloneCD image to ISO:
 Right-click a ".CCD" file and choose "Actions -> Manage CloneCD -> Convert to ISO" to convert the image to a standard ISO.
 Note: This feature requires 'ccd2iso' utility, available here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ccd2iso
 If it is not installed on your system, you will need to compile it from source or find a suitable package.
 Warning: Check if you have enough free space before converting!
 
 XDVDFS (XBOX) images
 --------------------
 Create XDVDFS image from directory: 
 Right-click a folder that you wish an XDVDFS image to be created from and choose "Actions -> Manage ISO -> Create XDVDFS image". Image will be created either in parent directory of this folder (if user is allowed to write there) or on the Desktop.
 Note: This feature requires 'extract-xiso' utility, available here: http://dwl.xbox-scene.net/~xbox/xbox-scene/tools/isotools/extract-xiso_v2.3.linux.x86.static.tgz
 Warning: Check if you have enough free space on target partition before creating an ISO!
 
 Translations
 ------------
 - Czech (by Jozef Riha)
 - Danish (by Kalna and BK)
 - French (by MrYouP)
 - German (by Xenonite and seraphyn)
 - Hungarian (by Marcel Hilzinger and Vince Pinter)
 - Italian (by marcosegato)
 - Polish (by Lukasz Purgal)
 - Portuguese/brazilean (by Groo and Dherik)
 - Romanian (by Spoiala Cristian)
 - Russian (by Jinjiru)
 - Slovak (by Jozef Riha)
 - Spanish (by mrthc)
 
 If you submit translations, please, send them within the utf-8 text file to prevent encoding mistakes!
 
 Bugs
 ----
 If you find any errors please do not hesitate to report them bug@jinjiru.ru. If you have any suggestions or want to contribute a translation - you're always welcome! Please write us jinjiru@jinjiru.ru or ginger@nc.ru. Thank you for using our script!
 
 Authors:
 Jinjiru (http://www.jinjiru.ru)
 Oleg "2sheds" Kourapov (http://www.2sheds.ru)
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Beitrag von Candyman »

Coole Sache. So etwas habe ich schon lange gesucht! Fein, fein! Läuft tadellos!
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Beitrag von Dimany »

das tool hört sich ja nicht schlecht an aber ich bekomm es nicht zum laufen

hat das schon einen unter SUSE 9.3 getestet ?????

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             - Mount-ISO v0.9 -
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Environment:
* KDE install prefix: /opt/kde3
* Desktop folder: /root/Desktop
Devices:
* CD drives
  - CD-ROM: >> not found <<
* CDEMU nodes
  + Node0: /dev/cdemu/0
Utilities:
* Convert CUE/BIN to ISO [bchunk]: /usr/bin/bchunk
* Convert CloneCD to ISO [ccd2iso]: /usr/bin/ccd2iso
* Mount CUE/BIN [cdemu]: /usr/bin/cdemu
* Manage XBOX images [extract-xiso]: /usr/bin/extract-xiso
--------------------------------------------
Select action:
 1 - Install Mount-ISO using sudo
 2 - Install Mount-ISO using kdesu
 3 - Specify CDROM device name
 4 - Specify utilities' locations
 5 - Setup sudo config [*]
 6 - Reset sudo config [*]
 7 - Uninstall Mount-ISO
 0 - Quit the installer
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[*] - requires root privileges
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Select options 1-7 or 0 to quit:                                          


dann auf 1

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- Mount-ISO v0.9 (using "kdesu") -

Creating a folder for servicemenus: [ SKIP ]
Installing mountiso.desktop:        [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-dir.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-cue.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-ccd.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-grb.desktop:    [ SKIP ]
Installing mountiso-nrg.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-emu.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso-xbx.desktop:    [  OK  ]
Creating a folder for associations: [ SKIP ]
Installing associations (*.NRG):    [  OK  ]
Installing associations (*.CCD):    [  OK  ]
Installing associations (*.CUE):    [  OK  ]
Installing mountiso.sh:             [  OK  ]

     - Thank you for using Mount-ISO! -
wenn ich es dan test rechte taste auf die cue datei und Actionen /// BIN/CUE-Fileme...... /// bin/cue-file einbinden

bekomm ich immer die fehlermeldung



Bild

^^ ich sag gleich das ist ein bild aus dem i-net es get nur um die meldung


was mach ich falsch oder an was kann es liegen ???

Danke schon mal
LG Dimany
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