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Old 8th November 2010
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Is there a tool in packages that can convert .img images to .iso so that I can mount it with vnconfig?
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Which .img format? Mac OS? CloneCD?

I don't know why I'm bothering to ask. The answer is NO, which you could find out for yourself by searching the ports tree, per FAQ 15.

HINT: a webserver is available for searching the ports tree if you don't have it installed. http://openports.se
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Oh, I didn't know there were different .img formats.

I did search openports.se but couldn't find anything. I dunno if I was typing in the correct search query (I typed in stuff like 'img2iso', 'all2iso' and some other program names I remembered as well as '*iso' and stuff like that). I looked through the 'converters', 'multimedia' and 'misc' categories but didn't really find anything of interest. Do you know under what category something like this would be in?
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Code:
$ file file.img
file.img: DOS floppy 1440k, x86 hard disk boot sector
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Oh, never mind...I saw it was DOS and mounted it with 'mount -t msdos'
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Something like itwould typically be in sysutils. Good to know you didn't need it.
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