[ILUG] .cif -> .iso ?
cybersean3000 at yahoo.com
cybersean3000 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 27 12:15:19 IST 2001
Here is an interesting metion of .CIF files. From this analysis, .CIF
files are similar to the Data Fork / Resource Fork type file
implementation found on a Macintosh. There is also mention of a utility
I hope this put you on the right path
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> Have you tried mounting the image as iso9660? Maybe it is iso9660 format
> with just a stupid extension.
> On 27 Sep 2001, at 9:22, Ruair=ED Newman wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Probably a long shot, but I'm looking for a util to convert Adaptec Easy=
> > .cif disk images to .iso images. Googling has so far yielded nada, and =
> > back is to the wall to get the data from the image created by my predece=
> > It's not possible to use the Adaptec software to open it as we no longer=
> > a copy of the software, and time is short so I'd rather not have to go
> > looking for one (I live in Killarney, not exactly Silicon Valley ;)
> > Any ideas appreciated,
> > Ruairi
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