mdf2iso, convert MDF images to ISO in Linux

Yesterday I came across a cd image I had to burn that was of the type .mdf so I could read these files are created with the software Alcohol 120% and Ubuntu, brazier the recorder that comes installed by default does not support this type of images, I don’t know (because I am not a user of KDE) Yes K3b supports them.

Good luck to several Linux friends from Twitter they gave me a quick and easy solution, convert MDF image to ISO with mdf2iso, that as its name clearly indicates it is in charge to do this work simply. mdf2iso is in the Ubuntu repositories, so we just have to look it up in the Software Center or type in the console

sudo apt-get install mdf2iso

Then we open a terminal and go to where we have the mdf image and type

mdf2iso imagen.mdf

In a matter of minutes we will have converted the image to ISO and we can record it in Brasero.

thanks @nosinmiubuntu @ClaudioMontaldo @soker_ @XAngeluX @ManuelHerreraM i @ phyro9 for help and suggestions 🙂

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