Sunday, January 30, 2011

How to Open a File .UIF

I just finished downloading the file size is big enough to use Deluge BitTorrent Client. When finished, it turns out the file format .UIF, a new file format that I know. UIF (Universal Image Format) image format is CD / DVD compressed. To open it must be converted first into the format. ISO, then mounted and opened using a virtual CD program, such as Daemon tools or Furious ISO mounted, or burned (burn) directly to CD / DVD. To change the file. UIF in Windows, you can use Magic ISO maker program. While in Ubuntu, can use the command uif2iso. Here's how to install and use uif2iso:

   
1. Download file uif2iso.zip here.
   
2. Extract the file (type unzip-d / uif2iso uif2iso.zip).
   
3. Open a terminal, and into the subfolder. / Src directory (type cd / uif2iso/src)
   
4. Type make
   
5. Type sudo make install


   
6. Up here, uif2iso program already installed.
Another way is more practical to install uif2iso:

   
1. Open a terminal (click the Applications menu> Accessories> Terminal, or press Ctrl + Alt + F2).
   
2. Type sudo apt-get install uif2iso.
   
3. Type in your root password.
   
4. Done.
To change the file. UIF to ISO format:

   
1. Type uif2iso nama_file_uif.UIF nama_file_iso.iso.
   
2. Next, the file. Iso can be mounted using Daemon tools or Furious ISO mounted, or burned (burn) directly to CD / DVD.
Good luck! ***



UPDATE (13 March 2010): To install uif2iso in Ubuntu 9.10 (should be online / connect to the internet):

   
1. Open Terminal (Applications menu> Accessories> Terminal).
   
2. Type sudo apt-get install uif2iso. If the requested password, type your root password.



eko@desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install uif2iso [sudo] password for eko: Reading package lists… Done Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done The following NEW packages will be installed: uif2iso 0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. Need to get 39.5kB of archives. After this operation, 131kB of additional disk space will be used. Get:1 http://id.archive.ubuntu.com karmic/universe uif2iso 0.1.7a-1 [39.5kB] Fetched 39.5kB in 2s (17.7kB/s) Selecting previously deselected package uif2iso. (Reading database … 156776 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking uif2iso (from …/uif2iso_0.1.7a-1_i386.deb) … Processing triggers for man-db … Setting up uif2iso (0.1.7a-1) … eko@desktop:~$


3. Wait until process is complete.
4. How to use uif2iso same way as above, namely type: uif2iso <input.UIF> <output>. 
    Example: uif2iso tutorial.uif tutorial.iso. 


eko@desktop:~$ uif2iso tutorial.uif tutorial.iso UIF2ISO 0.1.7 by Luigi Auriemma e-mail: aluigi@autistici.org web: aluigi.org - open tutorial.uif file size 0000000070ad927f version 4 image type 8 padding 0 sectors 1046990 sectors size 2048 blhr offset 0000000070ad02e9 blhr size 36758 hash 587fa788035cbed0e8c1d541dbc41591 others 00000040 00000000 01 02 01 00 00000000 - enable magiciso_is_shit encryption - ISO output image format - create tutorial.iso - start unpacking: 100% - 0x000000007fce7000 bytes written - finished eko@desktop:~$


5. The time required for the conversion process depends on the size of the file. The larger the file, then the longer time required.
6. To learn more about this command, type man uif2iso.

Good luck.



Article Source http://www.infonafcom.co.cc/2010/07/cara-membuka-file-uif.html



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