Ubuntu :: Rip My Psx Game To An Image File?

Aug 9, 2010

I am trying to rip my psx game to an image file so that i can convert it to play on my psp. i have installed Gtk Popstation and that seems to be working no problem. but i read on another forum that to rip my psx game i need to go to terminal and do the following. code...

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Dec 16, 2015

I am trying to upload some pics on my Facebook account using Firefox. When I click on Facebook's file upload icon, Firefox bring up a 'File Upload' window. I noticed that smaller image file is previewed on the lower right hand corner, while bigger image file is not. Is there anyway I can change this behavior or maybe change what Firefox is using to browse my files?

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Jun 1, 2010

This game is Java based. After rebooting the game works, but on ending the game several notification boxes remain. If these boxes are not closed in the reverse order that the game opened them, it is no longer possible to close them. Only by killing the Java processes can these notifications be made to close. Also after playing the game, even if all these notifications are closed it is many times necessary to kill the Java process(es) in order to get the game to load again at a later time. I am currently using Slackware 1.30, but a similar problem has existed in several of the past releases.

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Apr 24, 2011

I really just need to know what stupid thing I'm doing to cause this. I've extracted the files, and when I try to run the setup program, if I click on it from a file browser window in GNOME it just doesn't do anything. If I attempt to run the file (it's a .sh file, if that makes any difference) in the terminal, it says "command not found", even though I'm in the directory, and can clearly see the file when running ls.

If I try to run it in the file browser, and click on "Run in Terminal" then the terminal pops up, and goes away instantly.

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May 6, 2011

Do you know any game engines or game studios that can make adventure games, for instance in the style of Myst (1st person) or in the style of old Sierra games (3rd person), like King's Quest, Space Quest, etc.?I've seen AGI Studio, but it is too old, I'd like to use more modern graphics (although there is no need for 3D).

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Fedora X86/64bit :: Play A 32bit Game On F14-64 - Error "cannot Open Shared Object File: No Such File Or Directory"

Dec 19, 2010

You may know the Humble Indie Pack 2, which is a set of crossplatform indie video games. There's one game in the bundle that doesn't offer a 64bit build and therefore it fails to load. It's called Braid and that's what you get when you try to run it: $ ./braid ./braid: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Of course the 64bit libs for OpenGL and the propitiatory nvidia drivers are installed, but the game asks for the 32bit ones, at least to my understanding. I do know that why can install 32bit libraries on a 64 bit linux system (we do that for the sake of crappy Adobe Flash), but I don't know where to find these libs (searching the repo with keywords like .i586 or ia32 led me nowhere).

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General :: Game .. File Liblua Not Found

Apr 24, 2011

I found this on another site, And it is the same problem I am having: Quote: When I start the game "fillets: I got: /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "liblua.so" not found, required by "fillets" I have lua installed but there are no liblua.so. Recompiling the fillets ports is likely to fix this. Let us know if it doesn't.

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General :: Create Device File For Image File?

Sep 8, 2010

Everything in Linux is a file, right? And everything can be represented by a file? Is there some way I could create a block device file that represents (i.e., provides an interface to) this image file? If so, then I could use fdisk on the device file to split it into partitions, format the partitions, and then mount them as directories. I could create a file system within a file system, which would be fun.

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Ubuntu :: "Can't Load Image From File '/usr/share/firefox/icons/mozicon128.png': File Does Not Exist."

Apr 12, 2010

Tried running simdock from software center...uninstalled because I was getting this error after trying to run ap "Can't load image from file '/usr/share/firefox/icons/mozicon128.png': file does not exist."

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Ubuntu :: How To OCR From An Image File

May 4, 2010

I have an image file which has a text captured on it:


How could I get a plain text file from this? Does Ubuntu have a software for that?

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Ubuntu :: Print To Image File Instead Of .ps?

Jul 13, 2010

Is it possible to print a page to an image file (gif, jpeg, etc.) instead of a .ps? Not looking to take a screenshot, rather print an entire page.

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Ubuntu :: DVD Image File Size Only 46.1 MB?!

May 30, 2011

After screwing up an update to Ubuntu 11.04 I decided to do a clean install. I tried downloading the AMD64 DVD image of 11.04 but I have found that some of the files cannot be downloaded and appear to have bad file size. In several mirrors and repositories I found the image size to be only 46.1 MB! (Yes, thats "Mega"-bytes, not Giga-bytes. I ftp'd to the repositories/mirror sites and confirmed this.) Yet in many of the HTTP pages it shows as 4.0 GB.I can't believe that the true size is 46.1 MB as the i386 DVD image is over 3 GB. 4.0 GB sound right, but doesn't match the actual file size. So, how long until it gets updated?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Mount Image File?

Jun 10, 2011

I've got an image file that I made with DDrescue.I installed Sleuth Kit and when I type: mmls /mnt/drive/file .it says "cannot determine partition type".I imaged a different drive and tried to use the same command line and got the same results.I'm not familiar with working with image files too much,.I would like to mount the NTFS partition within the image file.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Install OS To Image File?

May 9, 2010

Can I install ubuntu to an image file? I am using GRUB to boot my live cd, so is there a way to trick the installer into picking up an image file as another hard disk, like it is in wubi? (I am using mac)

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Ubuntu Installation :: Image File Is Not ISO - Can It Be Run / Installed

Jan 24, 2011

The DVD disk is from LinuxFormatMagazine, and PCLOS is the ISO that boots. It has 10.10 on it also, but that isn't the ISO that loads by default. Do I have to transfer the 10.10 file, and burn it to a new ISO? Or can I run or install it from its' current file type on the DVD?

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Ubuntu :: Using Foremost To Extract Image File

Apr 14, 2011

I've got an image file on my Ubuntu desktop from using ddrescue.When I use the foremost tool to extract the files onto an external drive,I am able to extract the files from the image file to the Ubuntu desktop, but there is not enough room on my Ubuntu partition to hold all the files.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Extract The Image From The .MOV File?

Jun 3, 2011

It appears I thought I was taking photo's with my Nikon CoolpixS5 but they are saved as .mov files. When I watch file, I see the picture, and then it's over in a second. How can I extract the image from the .MOV file? If it's of any relevance I used digikam to recognise my camera.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Mounting A Bin Image File?

Jul 16, 2011

is there a way to mount a bin image file? The bin image file contains video files, it's not an executable file.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Copy A Large 30gig Image File?

Jan 3, 2010

I have some large image files that are 30 gig and more. I am running Ubuntu 9.10 whenever I try to copy one of these files to another drive I get a error saying the file is too large. I am trying to copy from an external Hard Drive or a slave drive does the same thing. I have a friend who has expressed the same issue. This must be a widespread bug.

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Ubuntu :: Packages Part Of Iso Image File Installation

Feb 24, 2010

When I look in /var/cache/apt/archives/, I see packages I recognize that I downloaded. But, I also see packages that I know I did not download, but rather were part of the initial installation of the image iso file on the CD. For example, the package for Abiword is in there. I would like to know which packages in this directory I installed, and which were part of the initial installation.

How do I know which packages are part of the installation from the image iso file on the CD? Once I know that, I would make a copy of all the other packages in this folder onto a DVD, so if I ever need to reinstall Ubuntu 9.10 I will know which packages to install over and above those part of the initial installation off the iso CD.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Embed Audio File In Image?

Feb 25, 2011

Is it possible to embed audio file to an image in ubuntu?

It's possible in Windows 7, when saving just the image from an imagechan.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Mount An Audio Only Image File?

Apr 30, 2011

I need to mount an audio only image file. The only program I'm aware of is cdEmu, unfortunately, since my upgrade to 11.04 x86_64, It was removed during the process. Any other programs/commands capable of mounting an image file? And no, I do not want to burn,extract, or convert. Just mount.

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Ubuntu :: Copy ISO CD Image File To USB Flash Drive Using Dd?

Jul 13, 2011

I am pretty much a noob when it comes to Linux. But I desperately need to do exactly what the title of this thread says.I have this ISO file which is a bootable CD image. But instead of booting off of a CD, I want to boot from a USB flash drive. I understand that I can't simply just burn it with ImgBurn or whatever, and then just drag and drop the files and folder to a USB flash drive. Because hidden files, bootloader, etc. would not be visible and not copied. I know I'm in for some special software in order to copy every single byte from that ISO image to my USB flash drive.

I did try extracting the ISO with PeaZip (7-zip based) under Windows Vista, but that didn't work out very well. It resulted in a few files and folders, totaling in at about 2 KB, while the source ISO file is actually some 50 MB. WinRAR, on the other hand, would simply just create an empty folder where to put the files (no files created/extracted), flash before my eyes and call it a day ("complete").I have learned from other posters on other forums that there is this Unilx program/command called DD. How can I use DD to accomplish this task?

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Software :: Mount DVD / VCD Image File And Watch It In Ubuntu?

Jul 1, 2011

In windows, software like Alcohol120% can allow you to mount *.iso video disc and watch it. In ubuntu, how to do it?

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General :: How To View Image File

Jul 16, 2010

I am working on a linux cluster based on Scientific Linux 5. I have some images in .bmp format. How can i view them from the command line or without downloading to desktop? At present I am connecting from Win7 using Exceed.

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General :: Get Installalabe OS Image From .iso File?

Aug 2, 2011

I followed the steps provided in the below link which will help me to convert from ISO to image. [URL] After it finished the setup it launched the VNC viewer and stated showing the booted messages and in that I could login to the OS as well (but when I do ifconfig it was showing only though I had configured to virbr0). I copied the image from /var/lib/libvirt/images/ttylinux.img to Opennebula controller(Virtual machine tool kit).

I deployed using Opennebula , but I cloudnt not do SSH to that so I tried with VNC viewer by connecting the running VM , in the viewer shows that Booting from hard disk Boot failed : not a bootable disk No bootable device. How to copy the proper image ..? even I had tried clone the image thorugh virt-manager but same problem .

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Ubuntu :: How To Compress / Reduce Resolution Of Tiff Image File

Jan 4, 2010

how do I compress, or reduce the resolution, of a tiff image file.I must use tiff I can not convert to JPEG etc.

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Ubuntu :: CPU Load (File Transfer) Shows Mirror Image

Feb 4, 2010

I was just wondering why my Dual-core Processor shows basically a mirror image where CPU core loads cross. On something like a file transfer, shouldn't they both be at the same level?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: K3B: Could Not Determine Size Of Resulting Image File

Mar 7, 2010

When I try to burn some .flv files onto a DVD iso using K3B, it gives me the message: "Could not determine size of resulting image file"

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Ubuntu Servers :: Edit Files In Mounted .image File?

Mar 24, 2010

a friend of mines laptop died a few weeks ago and i said i would extract data off the drive for her... did this with dd and created a .image file. I have this image mounted so it is browseable, and we can copy files from it however i am unable to delete files from it?

You'd think it was not a big deal... but i'm running out of space!! and the .image is 90 odd gb. I know i "could" just get the disk and copy the files off she wants... but that would be too easy

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