How to Convert img Images to Iso in Linux

Recently, I had to do a job at a client site, and the client needed me to reinstall a copy of Microsoft Office 2016. The problem the file was an img image and it needed to install on a Windows 10 machine. Then, I remember of a little nifty command on Linux terminal call “iat” that converts img images to iso. Yes, there are iso mounters you can install that allow you to mount any type of images onto a windows computer. But I didn’t want to make changes to the user computer. So I used my Linux laptop to convert the images. Here’s how to do this on Linux Terminal.

First, Install “iat”

sudo apt-get install -y iat

second, convert the image.

iat input.img output.iso
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