AcetoneISO is popular for its ability to e.g. work with DAA files, and usually suggested as an alternative to PowerISO for Linux (the free version of which has limitations, such as max file size).
But I was looking at Acetone’s convert script and found that it just downloads and runs a poweriso binary, which apparently must have the limitations removed (based on the experiences shared in forums).
Whatever, it’s useful. DAA has no reason to exist anyway.
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