Version 1.3.3 is released:
Iso2God is a tool used to convert an Xbox 360 and Xbox 1 ISO images into Games on Demand containers, removing the need for a DVD drive in your 360.
This release doesn't add any new features, so no need to be excited just yet Support for running Iso2God on Linux using Wine/Mono should now be improved a bit. Free disk space checks are broken still and are unlikely to be fixed, but the rest of the app reportedly works fine now. Thanks to MikeJJ for helping out with testing and hunting down some of the issues.
This app now comes in two variants, one with an installer to things a bit quicker for Windows users and one without an installer for Linux users. If you intend to use Iso2God on Linux you'll need to install Wine and Mono.
Changelog for v1.3.3
~ Fixed some errors with the settings code.
~ Assemblies are now merged rather than embedded to improve compatability with Wine/Mono on Linux.
Our graphics were done by threesixtyuser from these forums, so a big thanks for the time he spent doing those, I'm sure you'll all agree they're a big improvement
Any bugs that crop up, please leave a reply here rather than sending a PM. If you could state exactly what you did when the bug happened and exactly what I2G said in it's error messages, that would be a great help.
- KrK / Team 360h