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Command Line on Mac

21 Nov 2011, 01:35

How do I access the command line version of AnyToISO on a Mac? Your tutorial does not indicate where it is installed. Thx.
 
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Re: Command Line on Mac

21 Nov 2011, 06:38

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Have you tried?
/Applications/AnyToISO.app/Contents/MacOS/AnyToISO
 
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Re: Command Line on Mac

21 Nov 2011, 17:12

Yes. I tried to wrap the bin directory in my home folder:

/Applications/AnyToISO.app/Contents/MacOS/AnyToISO ./bin ./bin.iso /label: /fs:

No errors or anything, it just doesn't produce the .iso file.

Also, I tried: /Applications/AnyToISO.app/Contents/MacOS/AnyToISO /help

No error but no response.

Thanks.
 
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Re: Command Line on Mac

22 Nov 2011, 11:44

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That's how it works:

/Applications/AnyToISO.app/Contents/MacOS/AnyToISO /fromdir /Volumes/SECURE/test ~/test_image.iso /label:MY_IMAGE /fs:udf

(creates an image in the home directory of the current user)

PS. There's a lack of output on mac, but this will be improved soon.
 
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Re: Command Line on Mac

06 Dec 2011, 18:59

sudo ln -s /Applications/AnyToISO.app/Contents/MacOS/AnyToISO /usr/bin/any2iso  

any2iso /fromdir /Volumes/SECURE/test ~/test_image.iso /label:MY_IMAGE /fs:udf
 
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Re: Command Line on Mac

06 Dec 2011, 19:04

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