How to Mount an ISO Image


From Terminal enter the following to create a mount point (directory) for your ISO file. This is an one-off activity.

sudo mkdir /media/iso

Mounting the ISO Image

Now mount the iso file whatever.iso using the following command

sudo mount $HOME/whatever.iso /media/iso/ -t iso9660 -o loop

Short, sweet and simple!

Un-mounting the ISO Image

To un-mount the ISO image, from terminal enter

sudo umount /media/iso

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