I've written before about the joys of ISO (*.iso) image files and how you don't necessarily need to burn them to CD to be able to access their contents. Now I've discovered a great little GUI tool that lets you do even more.
ISO Master is included in most Linux distributions so you should find it on your download manager. With it you can add, extract and delete files from an existing CD image, create an ISO image from scratch, and even make bootable CDs in a variety of formats.
Here I'm exploring the first alpha release of Intrepid Ibex the next version of Ubuntu due in October,
It contains support for Rock Ridge and Joliet file names, and in addtion to reading all standard .ISO formats, it even handles Nero's .NRG files too. Very useful.
There's even a version for Windows users. But after a 15-day free trial they have to pay. For Linux fans of course it will be forever free ...
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