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KIso project is a fronted for KDE to make it as easy as possible to create, extract and manipulate CD Image files. KIso 0.1 and KISO
KIso project is a fronted for KDE to make it as easy as possible to create, extract and manipulate CD Image files.
KIso 0.1 and KISO 0.1.1 are completely written in GAMBAS. Due to the fact that Gambas itself is still Alpha and constantly changing and C++ gives more opportunities and is more independant, I decided to dare a rewrite in C++. So from KIso 0.2 on KIso is written in C++.
Here are some key features of "KIso":
Open ISO and NRG images.
Create an ISO image from CD.
Easy and convenient creation of own ISO images.
Convert NRG to ISO images.
Convert BIN/CUE to ISO images.
Convert MDF to ISO images.
Convert CDI to ISO images.
Convert CCD/IMG to ISO images.
Mount ISO/NRG images as virtual drive.
Extract the content of an ISO/NRG image.
Create bootable images.
mkisofs (Normaly already installed with every usual Linux distribution.)
sudo (Should be already part of your distribution.)
mcrypt (Needed if you want to produce encrypted
What's New in This Release:
NEW french translation.
Bugfix where an entry was written into the sudoers file though it might have been there already. (Patch by PhobosK)
Cleanups in the preferences dialog. (Thanks to Fraenki Schroeder)
Bugfixes and optimizations by Łukasz Sierżęga.
Fix for detection of drives by Fraenki Schroeder.
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