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Copy disc to iso file from Linux command line

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You can run PowerISO to copy disc to iso file or other image file from Linux command line or a batch file. The output image formats can be iso, bin / cue or daa file. 

Usage: poweriso make-image <drive path> [-switches]

<Switches>

  • -o: Specify output image file path name.

  • -ot <iso | daa | bin>: Specify output image file type. If not specified, the image type will be determined by file name suffix.

  • -volsize <n>: Split output image file to multiple volumes, and set volume size to <n>. Example: -volsize 100M

  • -setpassword <password>: Set password for output image file.   Example: -setpassword 12345678 

  • -comment:  Set comment for output image file.

  • -comment-from-file <file name>:  Load comment from the file.

 

Example1: Copy disc in the drive /dev/sg2 to ISO file.

Command: poweriso make-image /dev/sg2 -o windows10.iso

Example2: Copy disc in drive /dev/sg2 to BIN / CUE file.

Command: poweriso make-image /dev/sg2 -o test.bin

 

 

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