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How can I re-size a disk image (.iso) in order to add files?


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Tried all options in Disk Utility and DMGConverter, nothing works...

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hdiutil resize command within Terminal
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PowerISO or Magik ISO Maker if you have a virtual machine with windows...

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bash-3.2# hdiutil resize -size 50MB BootCD.iso.dmg
hdiutil: resize: failed. Resource temporarily unavailable (35)

And of course after any manipulations in windows - the iso becomes unbootable.

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If it's a Chameleon boot CD, just rebuild the iso manually and add the files you want, it's dead easy. One command in Terminal builds a Chameleon Boot CD from a folder.
Look for a post by me over at the Voodoo Projects forums and follow the link in my signature there.

Another option is UltraISO on Windows, it's a bit weird but it works well for most things.





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