Excellent, just what I was looking for
That's exactly what i was looking for!!! Thank you very much... Very useful!!!
thank you ! first result on google searching for "mounting iso linux"
When I want to mount the ISO it says permission denied. Do you have any advice for me?
Thanks a lot
Fantastic, just what I was needing!!! Thanks
Thanks for the info!
you must be SU or use sudo mount . . .
Thanks for helping me be lazy :P So much easier to google it than to use man mount.
Nothing about being lazy in my case I couldnt' even figure it out with man mount:) Thanks for that though easy peasy;)
lets try for backtrack linux
anything like that for .BIN images?
Perfect, always wondered how to do this :)
One thing you maybe forgot to say was that the user needs to be root (or have sudo permissions) to carry out the listed command.
And when I'm done with it how do I unmount it? sorry for the probably noob question.. Thanks in advance
When done: umount /place/where/mounted
Note that this will mount read only. If you want to be able to edit the ISO image you will have to use a short workaround as described here: http://www.docplanet.org/linux/mount-an-iso-image-in-linux/
what the fuck is path to mount piont