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I need to know how to mount an ISO image file. I am using the following command mount -o loop,ro ppc-2008-04-01_amcc.iso /mnt/tmp. But I am getting an error it states ...
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    I need to know how to mount an ISO image file. I am using the following command
    mount -o loop,ro ppc-2008-04-01_amcc.iso /mnt/tmp. But I am getting an error it states that only root can access and if I use sudo it says file cannot be found. I am also unable to copy the file under file system in mnt/temp directory. Kindly mail me if anyone knows the solution for the same to

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    You do need to use sudo if you're using a mount point outside of your home directory.

    If it's saying "file not found", it would seem you're not pointing it to the file. Try using the full path to the file.

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