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Extracting several .ISO files from a DVD?

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Can I retrieve the six .ISO files of:
openSUSE Linux 10.1 x86_64bit Install & Extras (6CD-set) - 00.112.101.136

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openSUSE Linux 10.1 x86_64bit (DVD-Install) - 00.112.101.30
??????????

I want to know the file structures on the DVD. Eg: Does the DVD contain 6 .ISO files of its CD counterpart?

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Are the dual layers of a DVD both on one side?
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Use Isobuster from http://www.isobuster.com/

The free version should be able to do what you want, that is, examine the file structure.  You should be able to retrieve from the disk as well.

Dual layers are on one side.  See here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD for more information.
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