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I'm a bit confused about what an image is exactely, as in netboot.img. I'm thinking in terms of physical. What is an image and why is it called an image? ...
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    I'm a bit confused about what an image is exactely, as in netboot.img. I'm thinking in terms of physical. What is an image and why is it called an image? Thank you!!

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    It's called image since it depicts something. For example, the file netboot.img contains the filesystem to put on a floppy disk, which means that you can essentially say that it depicts the floppy disk.
    Does that make it maybe just a bit clearer?

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    I am puzzled after reading that above.
    only a joke..

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