Joined: July 2006
||Posted: Aug. 14 2008,18:53
It's probably a standard loopback image file.
I haven't used "winimage" - you could check their help/support.
In a Linux distro, you could do something like:
|Code Sample |
|gunzip myfile.gz # extract the gzip'd myfile (I'm having my doubts that that file is gzip'd though...)|
mkdir mount # create an empty temp dir for mounting
mount -o loop,rw myfile mount # mount it
# edit files as necessary
umount mount # unmount it
gzip -9 myfile # gzip it back up
It could be a better idea to ask on their site, though.