I am currently using Moment js to parse an ISO 8601 string into date and time, but it is not working properly. What am I doing wrong? And I would take any other easier solutions as well.
What’s the best way to find the inverse of datetime.isocalendar()?
Pseudocode but originally developed for Windows 7 iso file but applied for Windows 8 in the thread How to create bootable Windows 8 iso image in Linux? but it does not work with Windows 10 iso
I have an ISO file, which I burned to a CD. Now how can I check if the CD is correctly created? I would like a command that calculate the hash sum that I can use to check with the hash sum I calculate on the ISO file. Ideally the command should:
If I have a large file and need to split it into 100 megabyte chunks I will do
I am downloading an ISO image of Lubuntu; they have two versions: 32 and 64.
I know that I can create/burn bootable CD/DVD or live USB and can boot/install from it. But suppose I am currently running GNU/Linux and I’ve ISO file of another GNU/Linux that I want to install on my hard disk, then Can I directly boot from ISO from hard disk and try/install that GNU/Linux operating system?
I have an ISO file and I
mount it under
/mnt/isofile. Then I copied this file to another folder. But the contents are read-only and belonged to root. I tried to use
chown. But it prompts with the message:
I have problem installing debian directly from hard drive. Say, i have a logical partition
/dev/sda5 and there is debian DVD iso file located in
initrd file there too. Then I created grub menu entry with this:
I know there have been quite a few similar questions, but they aren’t specific enough.