You can get can pull files out of an ISO file with a IsoBuster.

Once you've downloaded an ISO Image you can mount it as a ?loopback device. This will give you access to the files in the ISO without you having to burn it to a CDROM first. In order to do this you must have loopback compiled into your Linux Kernel. (Most newer distributions will have this enabled by default).

Loop-mount the disk image means to mount a file as if it is a drive device.

For example if you wanted to mount filename.iso to /mnt/iso you would run the following command:

And all your files are in /mnt/iso

This is, you can use an ISO image without burning it to a CD, mounting it via the ?loopback device:

Windows equivalents:

See also: