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I got a heap of cd images stored on my hard drive. In windows I just used Daemon Tools to mount them and use them. Any programs in Linux that ...
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    Mounting cd images in Linux


    I got a heap of cd images stored on my hard drive. In windows I just used Daemon Tools to mount them and use them. Any programs in Linux that can do that? or how to do it at the command line. I got a range of them from .iso to .bin and Clone cd images

    I'm using SuSE 9.1 Pro.

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    I very much doubt that mount can handle bin or clonecd images so you have to convert that to iso. But anyways, the proper way to do it is something like this: "mount -t iso9660 -o loop image.iso /mnt/isoimage". Make shure that /mnt/isoimage does exist already as a directory.

    Good luck

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