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Guest Jann Poppinga

I'm using CDBurnerXP 4.3.7.2037 under Windows 7.

I'm creating ISO images of a program dir which I want to install in a VM running openSUSE 11.4.

When I use the CDBurnerXP GUI, everything works fine. When I try to create an image in the same way with cdbxpcmd.exe, the install script lacks execute permission.

I am using default settings in the GUI.

I am using these parameters on the CL (omitting -file and -folder directives):


cdbxpcmd.exe --burn-data -udf:2.5 -name:PROG -iso:prog.iso

I also tried using the -dao and -close directives to no avail. ISOs generated by GUI and CLI are both mounted with the same options under openSUSE:

udf ro,nosuid,nodev,relatime,uid=1000,gid=100,umask=77,iocharset=utf8 0 0

The log of a successful ISO generating process with the GUI can be found here: http://pastebin.com/dKcDHHEA

UDF 2.5 is the highest version that can be mounted in openSUSE 11.4. I tried all, none preserve the execute permission.

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Guest Jann Poppinga

Do the directives -tao -dao -sao -import and -close have any effect when creating an ISO file?

As a work-around, is it possible to create a DXP-file from the command line?

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Guest Jann Poppinga

Pity.

My work-around: I create ISOs where the install script lacks execute permission. Then, instead of a straight-forward


# cd /media/cd

# ./install.sh

I do

# cd /media/cd

# cat install.sh | bash

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