On Tuesday 27 January 2004 14:31, Lowell Gilbert wrote: > Daniela <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > > I need information how to either mount an ISO image r/w or find out what > > options I must give to mkisofs to recreate it. > > I have to add and remove some files from the tree, but all other things > > should stay as they are. I tried vnconfig, but I can't get that thing to > > mount r/w. > > ISO9660 isn't intended to be a fully read-write format. > > You can replace files with later versions by adding them to the end of > a multi-session image, but that doesn't actually remove the original > from the earlier session. > > Occasionally I will do things like this by copying the files out of > the image, modifying the filesystem, and writing them back to a new > image, but that technique doesn't automatically give me the same set > of options on the 9660 filesystem. Typically, I don't care -- I want > to use a specific new set of options anyway -- but it's not quite what > you asked for.
Sounds good, but the problems are that the ISO is bootable and it violates the ISO9660 standard in numerous ways. I have trouble figuring out how much standard-compliance I can turn off while still producing a readable CD-ROM. > In theory, it would be possible to do this, but it would be very > inefficient. It would require making a new ISO image with every > modification. > > Good luck. _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"