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Re: [opensuse] Read-only NTFS Disks?
Le 18/11/2014 21:28, Carlos E. R. a écrit :

I think you misunderstand.

no :-)

You create an iso image file on Linux somewhere. Then you dd that image
file to some other raw device, via dd to dev/sdg. This "dd" creates a
filesystem on sdg, same as if you'd run mkfs.iso on sdg directly.

Only that "mkfs.iso" does not exist, because of the particularities of
the iso "filesystem".

there is no "iso" file system

So the procedure Lew used effectively formatted his /dev/sdg as a DVD.

not sure it creates an udf file system (this is the file system used on dvd), because windows should open it (as a disk), but one can format the iso file as ntfs if necessary

and the iso have to be written with dd or better cderecord, not as file

jdd



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