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How to copy ISO image to a directory on your hard drive ?

Copy the CD to your hard drive

Copy the entire installation CD to a directory on your hard drive. This guide will assume your CD image is in /opt/cd-image/, but you can put it wherever you like. It will take around 1GB of hard drive space.

If you have an ISO file, you can mount it and copy files out of it without burning it to CD:

 mount -o loop /path/to/iso /some/mountpoint

Use "Gmount-iso" program for a GUI method of mounting iso files. You can also try "ISO Master" to access the iso file directly without mounting.

You can use rsync to copy the CD:

 rsync -av /cdrom/ /opt/cd-image

or just

 mkdir -p /opt/cd-image cp -rT /cdrom /opt/cd-image

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How to copy ISO image to a directory on your hard drive ?
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#custom #iso #preseed
Question
How to copy ISO image to a directory on your hard drive ?

Copy the CD to your hard drive

Copy the entire installation CD to a directory on your hard drive. This guide will assume your CD image is in /opt/cd-image/, but you can put it wherever you like. It will take around 1GB of hard drive space.

If you have an ISO file, you can mount it and copy files out of it without burning it to CD:

 mount -o loop /path/to/iso /some/mountpoint

Use "Gmount-iso" program for a GUI method of mounting iso files. You can also try "ISO Master" to access the iso file directly without mounting.

You can use rsync to copy the CD:

 rsync -av /cdrom/ /opt/cd-image

or just

 mkdir -p /opt/cd-image cp -rT /cdrom /opt/cd-image
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64 amd64 As time goes by, some will vanish or be replaced. But releases.ubuntu.com will hopefully continue to show a list of available release directories with some *server*.iso images in them. <span>Copy the CD to your hard drive Copy the entire installation CD to a directory on your hard drive. This guide will assume your CD image is in /opt/cd-image/, but you can put it wherever you like. It will take around 1GB of hard drive space. If you have an ISO file, you can mount it and copy files out of it without burning it to CD: mount -o loop /path/to/iso /some/mountpoint Use "Gmount-iso" program for a GUI method of mounting iso files. You can also try "ISO Master" to access the iso file directly without mounting. You can use rsync to copy the CD: rsync -av /cdrom/ /opt/cd-image or just mkdir -p /opt/cd-image cp -rT /cdrom /opt/cd-image Note: the -p option for mkdir creates the leadin directories if they don't already exist. In this example, /opt is created if it doesn't already exist. Be sure to catch the folder .disk

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