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DiskImage is a tool to backup and restore partitions, entire harddisks, usb keys, floppy drives and (read-only) optical media on windows platforms. Built-in zip and libz compression, MD5 and SHA1 checksumming, a hex editor and more.
pyadf is a pure python module (using ctypes) that allows access to Amiga disk images from Python it relies on ADFlib. pyadf provides: pyadf.adflib - ctypes wrapper on ADFlib - this was generated by ctypesgen pyadf - a Pythonic "easy" api to ADF images ADFlib is maintained by Laurent Clevy. For more details see http://lclevy.free.fr/adflib and http://sourceforge.net/projects/adflib pyadf currently targets Python 2.4-2.6, known to work with the CVS version of ADFlib version 0.7.10 and 0.7.11a (und
The purpose of this class library is to allow the parsing of ISO9660 format disk images and navigating the file system present in the image. The result is the ability to find the sector offset and length of file data within the disk image so that the file data can be read easily from that image. NOTE: We do not currently support any of the extensions to the ISO format, such as Joliet; nor does this code support other image formats, such as UDF.
InstaDMG creates clean, never-booted ASR images for deploying MacOS X. It uses Apple's native installers, package formats, and disk image frameworks. The current version is capable of producing 10.5 through 10.7 images while booted from those respective OSs(10.4 should work when built on 10.5, but is not actively tested). The script is currently written in bash, but future version will move on to python. This site is primarily concerned with the development of InstaDMG. People looking for suppor
instack executes diskimage-builder style elements on the current system. This enables a current running system to have an element applied in the same way that diskimage-builder applies the element to an image build.