Arch-Linux comes with the best recovery CD I have ever come across. Although I don't always have it with me, so I want to have it on a partition.
What I would like to do is have this CD on a partition on my hard drive that I can boot from, without having the CD with me. Because sometimes I might not have it, and the recovery kernel is broken (example: a recent
mkinitcpio kernel build). Is there a way, either using
dd, or another external program to write it to a partition? Or is there a way to emulate a disk with just the .ISO?