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#1 denny@dforensik.de

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 02:27 PM

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Hi All,

 

i have created a small iso managment tool like "ISO Manager". Works with Windows AND Linux :thumbsup:

 

Including sources and compiled binaries (Standard and UPX packed, unpack what you like)

 

Writen in FreePascal (Lazarus).

 

Download here: http://d-forensik.de/download/?did=12

 

Review and suggestions welcome.

 

Denny

 

isoStickHelper-Screenshoot.png


Edited by denny@dforensik.de, 06 January 2014 - 02:49 PM.

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#2 elegantinvention

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 01:42 AM

Welcome to the forums, Denny!

 

Thanks for writing this! I just tested it on Windows and it works perfectly. Source looks good.

I've been so bogged down with the firmware I haven't had time to update the Firmware Updater or ISO Manager, but it's coming...

 

Until then, this seems like a perfect lightweight solution to manage your isostick!

 

:cheers:



#3 denny@dforensik.de

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Posted 10 January 2014 - 12:25 AM

:good:  Concentrate on the firmware. I think this is whats the most users like to see. Me too.

 

Has someone tested to compile it on a mac?



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Posted 02 July 2014 - 10:35 PM

Thank You Denny for ISOstickhelper. I've become pretty frustrated with the ISO stick and have mostly given up on using it. I did download your file but it does not seem to launch even when I click the .exe. Could you please add some basic instructions and hopefully can get it to work.
Thanks again

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Posted 03 July 2014 - 06:43 PM

Good contribution! :)



#6 halikus

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Posted 05 July 2014 - 06:34 PM

I am in the same boat as Rocketdog.  In Windows 8.1 r2 x64 i have a directory called ROOT:\_ISO (E2B structure) filled with isos, a file called ROOT:\config\iso_filename.txt and run the isoStickHelper_Win.exe from the root or within \_ISO.  The program populates my isos in the gui and writes entries to iso_filename.txt but when i click on an iso it flashes yellow and does nothing.  I'll admit im a little ignorant as to what this is supposed to do, but i ASSUME it mounts the iso as a virtual drive.  I have imdisk installed, UAC disabled and am using an admin account.  I was just wondering if there is something obvious i'm missing.

 

In a perfect world i would i would like to run the exe in \_ISO (saves time scanning a large USB) and have the config file reside in the same dir for portability and a clean USB:\ root.



#7 denny@dforensik.de

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Posted 17 July 2014 - 12:44 PM

Thank You Denny for ISOstickhelper. I've become pretty frustrated with the ISO stick and have mostly given up on using it. I did download your file but it does not seem to launch even when I click the .exe. Could you please add some basic instructions and hopefully can get it to work.
Thanks again

What OS do you use?

Windows? I had never problems to start the binary. XP/Win7/Win8 .. work on all.

Linux: Some distributions can start direct the "..Linux.exe" by DoubleClick in the File-Manager window, some other want no ".exe" extension to do this, and some other works it from comand line only (with chmod +x)

 

 

I am in the same boat as Rocketdog.  In Windows 8.1 r2 x64 i have a directory called ROOT:\_ISO (E2B structure) filled with isos, a file called ROOT:\config\iso_filename.txt and run the isoStickHelper_Win.exe from the root or within \_ISO.  The program populates my isos in the gui and writes entries to iso_filename.txt but when i click on an iso it flashes yellow and does nothing.  I'll admit im a little ignorant as to what this is supposed to do, but i ASSUME it mounts the iso as a virtual drive.  I have imdisk installed, UAC disabled and am using an admin account.  I was just wondering if there is something obvious i'm missing.

 

In a perfect world i would i would like to run the exe in \_ISO (saves time scanning a large USB) and have the config file reside in the same dir for portability and a clean USB:\ root.

isoStickHelper works well ! It does not more. Yellow flash tells you iSH has succesfully writen to iso_filename.txt. The IsoStick notice this change and load the iso to his virtual drive. Under Windows should this work 3-4 seconds after "yellow flash" without re-insertion of the stick.

 

If you get not two drives (Flash-Stick and CD/DVD Drive) i think some is wrong with your stick. Can you boot from a iso with your stick?



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Posted 23 November 2014 - 07:55 PM

Hi Denny,

I'm having trouble downloading isoStickHelper because of some broken links. Here are the problems:

1. Clicking on http://d-forensik.de/download/?did=12 (the link in your post below) takes me to a page that appears to be a latest blog update or other news. The title at the top says, "Magnet Forensics Releases Internet Evidence Finder v6" and the page doesn't mention ISH at all.

2. If I go to http://d-forensik.de/downloads, I see ISH listed with the link http://d-forensik.de...sostickhelper/. But when I go to that URL and click on the download link http://d-forensik.de...sostickhelper/, I'm taken to an error page with the message, "Dateipfad nicht definiert." (Google says the English translation is "File path is not defined.")

3. The screenshot in your post isoStickHelper-Screenshoot.png isn't displaying, and it's underlying link http://d-forensik.de...Screenshoot.png takes me to a page that says, "Das ist irgendwie peinlich, oder?". If I put "isoStickHelper-Screenshoot.png" in the search box on that page and click SEARCH, I'm taken to a page that says, "Nichts gefunden" ("nothing found").

Can you help?

Hi All,

i have created a small iso managment tool like "ISO Manager". Works with Windows AND Linux :thumbsup:

Including sources and compiled binaries (Standard and UPX packed, unpack what you like)

Writen in FreePascal (Lazarus).

Download here: http://d-forensik.de/download/?did=12

Review and suggestions welcome.

Denny

isoStickHelper-Screenshoot.png


Edited by taa, 23 November 2014 - 07:57 PM.


#9 denny@dforensik.de

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Posted 18 February 2015 - 09:44 PM

All download links are fixed!

 

Btw: Why do not you write a email to me?






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