How To: Mount an ISO image file using Ubuntu Linux terminal

Mount an ISO image file using Ubuntu Linux terminal

Blip TV user Mr. Root teaches you how to mount an ISO image file using the Unbent Linux terminal. To do this and have access to the files inside of an ISO, without unarchived it, start the terminal. Type in dirk CD. Make sure the ISO image is on your desktop. Then type in sud o mount -o loop -t iso9660 and then the name of your image file, followed by CD/. This will create a new disk drive, which can be seen on the desktop. You can explore that disc like a real one. To unmounted your image, simply go to your terminal and type in sud o mount CD/.

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