Find details about your ISO images from the Linux command line


If you ever wondered what that mysterious ISO file you downloaded two
years ago is,
and don’t want to burn the image, you can view details of the volume
with a simple command:

$ isoinfo -d -i filename.iso

You’ll be given details like the volume size, if the image file is a
bootable one and other valuable information.

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