Joined: Nov. 2005
||Posted: Oct. 12 2006,06:55
Here are some details about using Ultra ISO....
If you have windows - almost any version - UltraISO is easy. Download UltraISO from CNET. The free version of UISO will handle any ISO up to 300MB which is excellent for DSL.
To edit a DSL ISO image, get the image file onto a FAT 16 or FAT 32 [[pre-XP Windows drive formats.]] hard drive partition.
Then run UltraISO [[under Windows of course]] and tell UISO to "open" the ISO file. You will see all the components of files within the ISO as is if the ISO were just another folder. You edit this "folder" almost like any other [[but only with UISO]]. the you "save as ISO" your new edited image.
You can burn ISO images really easily using K3B under KNOPPIX Linux.
Edited by HRW 2006 Dec 6