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Split Image question for Mac users

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I've split the image into 1GB sections, eg I01, I02, MDS and the question came up of how to mount or burn this on a Mac?

I'm not a Mac user and thought maybe someone was familiar with a solution? Is there a straight forward simple program for Mac or would they need to use a virtual Windows program?

 

Thanks for your help. :)

Regards

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Sliz;

 

I understand that ImgBurn works pretty well under Wine, but I'm a M$ user so I don't have an easy answer for you.

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Mac users:

Rename the files with extension i00 to i0x as follows:

- filename.i00 => filename.iso.001

...

- filename.i05 => filename.iso.006

Then use the program Split and Concat to join the files and make an ISO.

 

I also saw one suggestion to copy the stuff together as

 

cat filename.I00 filename.I01 filename.I02 ... > filename.ISO

 

Then you can burn your .iso image with your regular program

 

That last one sounded so easy, so I have no clue if it will work or not. But according to the poster it works.

 

:)

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Thanks Cynthia and spinningwheel, thats great. I'll pass along the news and report back if I get the same :)

 

Regards

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Mac users:

Rename the files with extension i00 to i0x as follows:

- filename.i00 => filename.iso.001

...

- filename.i05 => filename.iso.006

Then use the program Split and Concat to join the files and make an ISO.

 

 

:)

 

Rename all of them or just those two? I question because of the skip to .006 by the poster instead of .002, .003 etc. Thanks!

Edited by Sliztzan

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All of them. Guess the OP was to lazy to write it all. :)

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Mac users:

 

cat filename.I00 filename.I01 filename.I02 ... > filename.ISO

 

Then you can burn your .iso image with your regular program

 

That last one sounded so easy, so I have no clue if it will work or not. But according to the poster it works.

 

:)

 

This one looks like the windows DOS COPY command for merging VOB files.

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Yes, that's why it sounded odd that it should work. :)

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Hi, just remembered this issue and told you I'd get back to you.

Your suggestion worked perfectly Cynthia. Thanks much :)

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