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#1 Sherpya

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Posted 29 May 2007 - 11:50 PM

Looking at nrg2iso home page:
http://www.immensete...rg2iso/home.php

I've discovered that nrg images are standard iso with an header,
I don't known if imdisk is already able to mount them
but the job is trivial

it's enough to check the signature then seek to 307200

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Posted 29 May 2007 - 11:53 PM

in changelog I see:
Support has been added for mounting image files and specifying offset where the disk partition image begins within the image file. The new -b command line option is used for this.
So the code it's already there, -b 307200 should suffice

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Posted 28 June 2007 - 11:27 AM

I try to mount a nero image from the commandline, but no avail, i get only the parameter explanation
imdisk.exe -f bartpe.nrg -b 307200 -o cd -m O:

In the cpl gui i can sucessfully mount this nrg-image (with offset 307200 and Device type CD/DVD ROM)

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Posted 29 June 2007 - 11:11 AM

This would be a good feature on my opinion, mostly because I often use .nrg images and would be good to even be able to edit off-nero..

Also mentioned here some other formats: http://www.boot-land...hell-t2149.html

Why is the header needed? :1st:

Is the header data needed for read-only access?

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#5 Olof Lagerkvist

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Posted 30 June 2007 - 07:34 PM

I try to mount a nero image from the commandline, but no avail, i get only the parameter explanation
imdisk.exe -f bartpe.nrg -b 307200 -o cd -m O:

You will need to tell it that you want to create a new device with the -a switch too. This should work:
imdisk.exe -a -f bartpe.nrg -b 307200 -o cd -m O:


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Posted 11 July 2007 - 10:14 AM

Olof, thanks for the reply!

:1st: i will try it out in 3 weeks (after my vacation)

have a nice time!

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 10:33 AM

@Olof

works perfect! :loleverybody:

You will need to tell it that you want to create a new device with the -a switch too. This should work:

imdisk.exe -a -f bartpe.nrg -b 307200 -o cd -m O:

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 02:36 PM

[OFF TOPIC]

i will try it out in 3 weeks (after my vacation)


works perfect!


hmmm, maybe even the Swiss are slowly drifting towards "Latin Time" :loleverybody:

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 02:53 PM

[OFF TOPIC]




hmmm, maybe even the Swiss are slowly drifting towards "Latin Time" :loleverybody:

:w00t:

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I disagree. (As you know, I'm onlly familar with Brazilian 5 minutes, but I think this is comparable). The current issue cannot be seen as "Latin Time".
If you extrapolate from Latin Minute, the time difference between source and target is remarkably below the Latin Three Weeks!

Maybe it is a little bit "Rätoromanisch Time" :w00t:

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 03:44 PM

If you extrapolate from Latin Minute, the time difference between source and target is remarkably below the Latin Three Weeks!


Yes, of course it is not an ON/OFF switch, it is a transition, the Swiss took hundreds of years to become famous in the world as the land of chocolate, clocks and punctuality, you have to allow at least a few tens of years for the transition to be complete, but I see it as a start, which gives me reason for faith in the future of their new accomplishments :loleverybody::
http://www.boot-land...?...ost&p=15859

:w00t:

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Posted 29 August 2007 - 03:59 PM

Yes, of course it is not an ON/OFF switch, it is a transition, the Swiss took hundreds of years to become famous in the world as the land of chocolate, clocks and punctuality, you have to allow at least a few tens of years for the transition to be complete, but I see it as a start, which gives me reason for faith in the future of their new accomplishments :loleverybody: :

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Posted 30 August 2007 - 09:56 AM

:loleverybody:
everything is explainable with Albert Einstein's theories of relativity:

Time dilation is the phenomenon whereby an observer finds that another's clock which is
physically identical to their own is ticking at a slower rate as measured by their own clock.
...

more here:
http://en.wikipedia....i/Time_dilation

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Posted 30 August 2007 - 05:08 PM

Yep, and not so coincidentally :loleverybody:, at the time Albert Einstein was working at the Bern Patent Office, where:
http://www.nybooks.com/articles/20279

In the patent office he dealt every day with cutting-edge technology, and some of it had to do with the issue of defining time and establishing simultaneity. The problem of synchronizing clocks in distant places, leading to a definition of simultaneous time, is central to Einstein's 1905 special theory of relativity. From Galison we learn that the same problem was crucial for coordinating railway timetables and more generally for the establishment of national and global systems of time, and that Einstein likely examined patents relevant to this problem in his work in the Swiss patent office.


So, one of the greatest finds of thoretical Physics is probably at least partially originated by the obsession of the Swiss for the punctuality of their trains. :w00t:

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Posted 30 August 2007 - 11:17 PM

I knew it, all along.
Onestone was a fraud. He stole the idea! :loleverybody:




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