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I have trouble mounting ISO on Fedora 6. I dl mountiso program and tried to use it, but it keep giving me errors ERROR: "/home/Larry/Desktop/V49_MASTER_PART1.ISO" has data error! File might ...
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    ? on how to mount ISO


    I have trouble mounting ISO on Fedora 6. I dl mountiso program and tried to use it, but it keep giving me errors

    ERROR: "/home/Larry/Desktop/V49_MASTER_PART1.ISO" has data error! File might be of wrong type or corrupted.

    And the file that I have running is just a DVD ISO I created in Window. I mean it's the typical ISO9660 Image File.

    Can someone help me out on this one. I tried the link where they tell me to change like line 111 and 14.. to 000000 instead of 008008. but that still doesn't fix the problem. I think get the error that my file system is corrupted and check that.

    ANy help would be appricated.

    Thank you in advance

    -Larry

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    You don't need to download anything to mount an iso filesystem, try this.
    mount -o loop -t iso9660 file.iso /mnt/test
    change file.iso to the actual filename, and create the /mnt/test directory or point it to something else.
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    Thanks!!!!!
    works much better than mount-iso stuff

    Now I don't have to be a slave to window with deamon tool or alcohol 120%

    THough if there is a similar program to DVD decrypter for linux would be great.

    Again thanks

    -Larry

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