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Old 10-01-2012, 10:26 AM   #1
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iso opener for opensuse 12.2 KDE


Is there an ISO opener for Opensuse 12.2 KDE?
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Old 10-01-2012, 10:58 AM   #2
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mount still works, just mount the ISO on loop

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mount -o loop <file_name> <mount_point>
 
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Thank you
And this is funny
"What can only be described as Microsoft Windows
64-bit implementation of a
32-bit extension to a
16-bit graphical shell for a
8-bit operating system originally coded for a
4-bit microprocessor by a
2-bit company that can't stand
1 bit of competition."
May I use it?
 
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Sure
 
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Some distro's also open an iso automatically.
 
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I was looking for something I used a long time ago on knoppix 5 something, it was called magic iso or close to that name.
I am not quite sure what <mount_point> is; how do I find it?
Here's what has happened, I made a dvd iso from devede. These are old videos of the family that I pulled off a broken camera (not to old), after making the iso I let things go for a while. My son then erased the video from the hard drive, I am out of dvds and I would like the videos back. That is why I am trying to open an iso.
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I can't test it right now but a common ISO image of a typical dvd should be able to be mounted either automatically in opensuse or as noted above with a mount command.

Mount point is a location. New distro's tend to mount that type of media in /media so you'd create a directory in /media that made sense to you. Example would be /media/myvid/ as in mkdir /myvid while in the /media subfolder.
 
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Thank you got it.
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