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AcetoneISO is CD/DVD image manipulator for Linux.Using this tool it is very easy to Mount and Unmount ISO,MDF,NRG Images

AcetoneISO Features

  • Mount and Unmount ISO, MDF, NRG (if iso-9660 standard)
  • Convert / Extract / Browse to ISO : *.bin *.mdf *.nrg *.img *.daa *.cdi *.xbx *.b5i *.bwi *.pdi
  • Play a DVD Movie ISO with most used media players
  • Generate an ISO from a Folder or CD/DVD
  • Generate MD5 file of an image
  • Encrypt an image
  • Split image in X megabyte
  • Compress with High Ratio an image
  • Rip a PSX cd to *.bin to make it work with epsxe/psx emulators
  • Service-Menu support for Konqueror
  • Restore a lost CUE file of *.bin *.img

Preparing Your System

You need to install kommander ( it consists of an editor and a program executor that produce dialogs that you can execute), which is required by AcetoneISO. You also need p7zip (a file archiver with highest compression ratio) to compress and extract ISO images.

sudo apt-get install kommander p7zip

Install AcetoneISO in Ubuntu

First you need to download latest AcetoneISO .deb package from here

wget http://mesh.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/acetoneiso2/acetoneiso2_2.0.1_x86.deb

Now you should be having acetoneiso2_2.0.1_x86.deb file you need to install this file using the follwoing command

sudo dpkg -i acetoneiso2_2.0.1_x86.deb

This will complete the installation

Now you need to go to Application > Accessories > AcetoneISO

Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

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12 Comments to “Mount and Unmount ISO,MDF,NRG Images Using AcetoneISO (GUI Tool)”

  1. Me says:

    There is a sub-project port for Gnome users created to avoid the need to install the KDE related dependencies.

    http://www.acetoneteam.org/acetoneiso-gnome.html

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  2. adben says:

    ubuntu feisty users has another way to insall it…
    http://www.acetoneteam.org/unofficial.html

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  3. vidyuth says:

    hi all, i have some problem regarding acetone application. I am not able to mount .nrg, .mdf files with acetone ISO, can anybody guide me, because every time i try to mount these files , it displays a message

    The file or folder file:///home/vidyuth/virtual-drives/1 does not exist.

    and doesn’t get mounted. I checked the compatability test its giving that all dependencies are installed.

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  4. bulletxt says:

    you must be sure to have installed latest version of fuseiso and not the one that ships with your distro. after that click on activate fusiso button in the gui.

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  5. Rahul says:

    thank u very much

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  6. Rajeev verma says:

    thanx for the help friend.

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  7. D4de says:

    Great program! Thanks for the tip. Worked a treat for me mounting an mdf DVD image.

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  8. pepe says:

    apt-get install nrg2iso
    Then run nrg2iso inputfile.nrg outputfile.iso

    Takes like 2 seconds, its a 60k program…and then you can mount ISO files all you want.

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  9. bulletxt says:

    official website moved to: http://www.acetoneteam.org

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  10. tom says:

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    pepe says:
    November 4, 2008 at 7:38 am

    apt-get install nrg2iso
    Then run nrg2iso inputfile.nrg outputfile.iso

    Takes like 2 seconds, its a 60k program…and then you can mount ISO files all you want.
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    Yeah, but then you’d have to have an nrg iso and a real iso iso at the same time, if you prefer to keep the original nrg file. That is a real waste of space. Is there any reason anyone would want to keep the original nrg file? Has the nrg type of file more possibilities to save meta-information like tracks, like bin+cue?

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  11. Nathanael says:

    “Is there any reason anyone would want to keep the original nrg file? Has the nrg type of file more possibilities”

    For Tom and anyone who might stumble across this thread later as I did: ISO does not support mixed-mode CDs. I personally have several old DOS games in mixed-mode format that need to be imaged in NRG format (though bin/cue would also work).

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  12. dell says:

    Thank u

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