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    iso-mount


    i heared that with the mount command i can mount an iso-file.
    i read the manual but i still don't have any clue.
    so i'm asking you.

    thx in advance
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    check it .....


    mount -o loop -t iso9660 <isofilename> <mountpoint>
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    Are you allergic to search? If not use Google, you'll find something like http://www.matrixlist.com/pipermail/...er/000005.html or http://www.redhat.com/download/howto_download.html

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    Note: If you are running Linux, you can save an ISO image to a directory on your machine or your network. You may then mount the ISO to look at or copy the files from it. If you want to try mounting an ISO, the mount command is:

    mount -o loop -t iso9660 <isofilename> <mountpoint>

    You will need to replace <isofilename> and <mountpoint> with the correct file name and mount point.
    (taken from RedHat)

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