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MountISO

   0.9.5  

KDE Service Menu

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MountISO
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Downloads:  122307
Submitted:  Mar 26 2004
Updated:  Apr 9 2009

Description:

!!!Important update!!

I've always thought we're all here open-minded and kind people. Seems like I was wrong.

Today I've received a letter from a man called Yassen Pavlov smack@vip.bg with the following text:

"I just wanted to let you know that I can't believe what an bitch you are. You asked for the guy who was maintaining the project you abandoned to give you admin rights and you never showed up again since he did so. Not even once... Thank you very much for that. I hope you'll die from cancer."

Well thanks a lot Yassen, this is what I actually need right now being a young mom with a little kid on my hands. See now, I'm here, are you happy?

OK, now to the point. I've switched to MacOS completely and have no platform to develop and test this script. It was a good experience and it was fun. I actually did not ever expected it would be such a success. But now I have to pass it over to somebody who wants to continue this development.
Please contact me jinjiru at jinjiru dot com if you want to take this project to your hands.


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) and MDF 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.

Translations
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- German (by Markus Bloch)
- Italian (by marcosegato)
- Russian (by Jinjiru)
- Serbian (by Mladen Pejaković)
- Spanish (by Javier Ariza Rodríguez & Alberto Garcia)
- Turkish (by Atilla Öntaş)

If you submit translations, please, send them within the utf-8 text file to prevent encoding mistakes! All non utf translations will not be considered!

Bugs and translations
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I really need your help with translations and feature requests - please send them pejakm at gmail dot com. If you sent any translations or suggestions some time ago - please resend them!
If you find any errors please do not hesitate to report them. If you have any suggestions or want to contribute in any manner - you're always welcome!


Important Notice!!!

Since this project appears to be abandoned, administrators have gave moderation control over this project to me, pejakm. I intend to continue and to improve this script as good as I can. If the original authors decide to continue their work I will happily give them this back.




Changelog:

0.9.5 - Thursday 3 January 2008

+ Feature: visual interaction improvement (added colors)
+ Feature: mountiso.sh is now installed in "$PREFIX/bin" (thanks goes to Musikolo for suggestion)
+ Code cleanup, minor improvements and fixes

0.9.4 - Thursday 3 January 2008

+ Feature: data extractor (extracts installation data, ie. *.desktop files and "mountiso.sh" script)
+ Feature: kdialog in creating images added; also added notice upon canceling image creation
+ Feature: Ability to disable notice upon successful mount, unmount and canceling image creation
+ Feature: mountiso.sh is now installed in "$PREFIX/local/bin"
+ Turkish translation added (by Atilla Öntaş)
+ Code cleanup

0.9.3.1 - Monday 31 December 2007

+ German translation added (by Markus Bloch)

0.9.3 - Monday 31 December 2007

+ Feature: Added notice upon successful mount an unmount
+ Small bugfixes
+ Spanish translation added ( by Javier Ariza Rodríguez & Alberto Garcia)

0.9.2 - Thursday 27 December 2007

+ Feature: Mount/umount MDF images
+ Feature: Convert MDF to ISO (using 'mdf2iso' from http://mdf2iso.berlios.de)
+ Feature: Image menus are now in top level
+ Feature: Installer message if utility not installed
+ Fix: Fixed common "file is not an iso or is corrupted" error
+ Code cleanup (removed non utf and incomplete translations (remained: Italian, Russian; added: Serbian), etc.)

0.9.1 - Sunday 16 October 2005

+ Feature: Check ISO Type
+ Code cleanup

0.9 - Monday 24 May 2004

+ Feature: Mount CUE/BIN images (using 'cdemu' from http://cdemu.sourceforge.net)
+ Feature: Create XBOX images (using 'extract-xiso' from http://dwl.xbox-scene.net/~xbox/xbox-scene/tools/isotools/extract-xiso_v2.3.linux.x86.static.tgz)
+ Feature: Convert NRG images to ISO
+ Fix: Some ISO files created with WinISO have a non-standard "magic number" (thanks to Ignacio Serantes for info)
+ Fix: Menu for NRG, CUE/BIN, CloneCD images no longer suggests to "Manage *ISO*"




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 Brilliant

 
 by lordofthemoose on: Mar 26 2004
 
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I've been looking for something like that for a while, and was too lazy to do it myself.
It works brilliantly, thanks a lot for giving this to everyone!
Providing a shellscript to install it was also a good idea, saving me the hassle of hand-copying the files...
However, I get asked my root password when mounting and unmounting, is there a workaround to solve this?

David


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 Re: Brilliant

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 26 2004
 
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Thank you :))

I'm not sure it is possible not to ask root password at all because as far as i know only root can mount or unmount filesystems not included in /etc/fstab. That is why user cannot mount/unmount it without entering user password.


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 Re: Brilliant

 
 by lordofthemoose on: Mar 26 2004
 
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answering my own question (and my being stupid), just checking "remember password" does the job...


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 Re: Re: Brilliant

 
 by lordofthemoose on: Mar 26 2004
 
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It seems I was wrong again: konq remembers the password only for the file where I've checked "remember password". You were right, the problem is mount-related


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 Re: Re: Brilliant

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 26 2004
 
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Lucky you :) I don't have such an option :\


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 Sudo

 
 by Wi1d on: Mar 26 2004
 
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I usually add sudo in my scripts to avoid having to type passwords.


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 Re: Sudo

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Thank you for the idea!


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 yep works

 
 by Wi1d on: Mar 26 2004
 
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yep. no password

sudo kdesu -c "mount -t iso9660 -o loop \"$1\" \"$mountdir ($file)\"";


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 Re: yep works

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 26 2004
 
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In this case you can remove the call to kdesu, which becomes obsolete, since you are already root after passing the command to sudo ;-)


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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 Re: yep works

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 27 2004
 
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0.2 version offers such a possibility :)


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 ooh

 
 by Wi1d on: Mar 26 2004
 
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kde 'su'


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 French traduction

 
 by MrYouP on: Mar 27 2004
 
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I give you my french traduction

X-KDE-Submenu[fr]=Gestion des ISO

Name[fr]=Monter l'image ISO

Name[fr]=Dmonter l'image ISO


long life to this service :)


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 Re: French traduction

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Thank you!
The next release will include it :)


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 kio-iso?

 
 by yglodt on: Mar 27 2004
 
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The coolest thing would be a possibility
to "open" iso-images with an io-slave
(wasn't there a kio-iso)

e.g.
iso://rh9_1.iso/RedHat/RPMS/ and so on


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 Re: kio-iso?

 
 by prjanique on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Hey, that's the challenge!
I'll do my best to try (hehe) to implement this feature. Maybe there's someone skillful enough to help me? :)


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