Reading an iso file in Windows

Janina Sajka janina at
Tue Feb 8 18:40:38 EST 2005

This will give you a bash shell inside Win--assuming you can read it
with your Win technology which I suspect doesn't do DOS type interfaces
so well any longer. You would loop mount an iso, not extract. It's not
like zip, but like a drive partition.

Chris Gray writes:
> Hi:
> When I'm in the office, I must use Windows XP.  Does anybody have 
> recommendations on a good Windows-based iso file reader?  I'd like to 
> use it to extract readme files and to examine isos I might want to burn 
> to take home and load on my Linux box.
> Thanks.
> Chris
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