On special demand, I ‘ve created this small utility that creates an ISO file of your currently running TRK. It doesn ‘t update trk, it just creates an isofile in the current directory from where the command was launched. Here ‘s how to use it best:
‘mountallfs -g’ => suppose /dev/hda1 is your ntfs c:-drive
‘mkdir /hda1/temp’
‘cd /hda1/temp’

Once the isofile created, you can reburn TRK to CD.