Thats the post that made me ask. The first time I read this I took it the wrong way and after reading all the post, trying to figure out what I was doing wrong and why you got it to work and I can't, it hit me that I might have been wrong.
After about the 8th or 9th time I read this I snapped to the fact that you don't say you tested it on Windows.
What got me all the other times I read this was that in this section you differentiate between the 2 OS after formationg in UDF. I just assumed the tests you ran in the first section where done on Windows and Linux as well.
My thinking was that since I could not get to the file itself I would try the entire drive so I created a small partiion in windows off the master drive. It has an extened partion with 2 logical partitions in it. I just split one in to a smaller drive and copied the ISO to it. After using dd in this manner and plugging the drive in and saw the ISO file I realized right away. :doh: That is what I should have gotten. Remember, it's like 3 AM at this point and half my hair is on my desk or under my nails and No, not what I wanted. lol
Yes I am. And thank you for the information on Mount. I will go check it out as well. The ISO is on a hard drive but if I tried to point right to it I got the "... is not a directory" information. This is why I belong in the Newbie forum!
One last clarification if you don't mind. Are you able to create a pen drive that Windows sees as a CDFS and mounts on it's own? Sorry for the confusion but I have to ask. :o
Thanks again Skelton!