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I have an ISO CD image file and want to extract it's contents to a folder. I know there are ways to mount the image and stuff, but it's complicated.

I'm looking for a GUI tool to open up the contets and extract needed files. On windows I would use WinRar to do this. K3B only allows me to burn the stuff, Arch does not work with ISO files :(

Is there a similar tool on Linux, preferably from KDE world?

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I believe mounting the iso is the best way to go, mount it and copy the files that you want, the command is:

mount -o loop disk1.iso /mnt/disk

keep in mind that you can create a shortcut, scripts or even a shell extension (right click menu) to run the above command for you.

Jim.

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AcetoneISO will let you extract ISO contents and works under GNOME and KDE.

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It requires kommander to be installed. Full install directions can be found here.

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Voted up for best answer. Similar but inferior programs: kiso, ISOmorphin, isomaster, furiusisomount and, as KIO slave, kio_iso –  daxim Mar 3 '10 at 21:02

Try "isomaster". I use it in Debian Squeeze.

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I used ArchLinux with kde complete DE and as I can remember it would be enough to click on the iso image to get it auto-mounted: am I wrong?

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Not working here on Arch + KDE 4.4. –  extropy Mar 6 '10 at 16:02

Under Fedora and Gnome i done in once with gvfs. gvfs-archive must do it. may be gvfs-fuse +fuse-iso

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The Gnome File Roller did the job perfectly. Too bad Ark (KDE compress/decompress tool) has no ISO support.

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