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There is an iso image (iso-file). How to mount it in Ubuntu?

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Open a terminal. Now, to mount the iso image in Ubuntu you need to perform multiple commands.

  1. The first step is to create the directory in which we mount our way:
    sudo mkdir / media / myiso
  2. Podgruzhaem required module. Just run the command:
    sudo modprobe loop
  3. And now we mount our iso image:
    sudo mount myfile.iso / media / myiso / -t iso9660 -o loop
    So, we have to mount the iso image in the directory / media / myiso. You can view its contents in the file manager.

To unmount (disable), run the following command:

sudo umount / media / myiso /

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