[ATrpms-users] Creating virtual ISO file...
jyavenard at gmail.com
Wed Sep 3 13:43:27 CEST 2008
The title may not reflect what I'm after unfortunately...
I am trying to use a bluray player located on my linux box (CentOS 5.2
with a custom 184.108.40.206 kernel – so I have UFS 2.5) on a PC running
Windows Vista (a mac mini).
Unfortunately, so far all my attempts to make the remote drive appear
as an optical drive on Windows have been unsuccessful.
I thought I would get somewhere setting up iSCSI ; but when I mount
the iSCSI drive on the Windows machine it appears as a hard disk and
not an optical drive and as such the bluray player refuses to start
However, I can create a virtual optical drive mounting an ISO file.
Is there a way to create a virtual ISO file on Linux without first
ripping the disk ?
Like I insert the disk on my linux box, create my ISO file and right
away mount it on Windows and watch it there ...
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