Service for converting CD-ROMs into ISO files?

Pete Turnbull pete at
Sun May 5 08:14:40 CDT 2019

On 04/05/2019 21:36, Dave Wade via cctalk wrote:
> Paul,
> VAX CD-ROMS generally are not ISO. ISO implies the ISO9660 file system, but many VAX CD ROMS are in native VMS Files-11 format.
> Some Windows utilities don't handle these so you need third party software to create an image of these CD's.
> Generally it has a .iso extension but as the content is not ISO9660 you can't mount it on Windows or Linux.

Indeed, and the same is true of IRIX install CDs, which have an EFS 

Pete Turnbull

More information about the cctalk mailing list