How to mount Iso file

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Mel Khamlichi 103 Rep. Avishek Kumar edited question

How  to  mount  iso files  in Linux

Please  give example  in auto mount  iso files Centos7/ and Debian or Ubuntu in next reboot

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Avishek Kumar 449 Rep. Avishek Kumar edited answer

You may make use of Linux command ‘mount’ to mount an ISO image.

  1. Create a mount point.
  2. Mount iso file to /mnt/iso_temp, as
  3. Linux command ‘mount’ supports lots of options.
Make ISO image mount automatically at boot
  1. First make a copy of /etc/fstab, so that we can revert back when needed.
  2. Edit /etc/fstab and add to the end
  3. The above entry in /etc/fstab is

  4. Update fstab file
  5. Optional
  6. To check mount point
To Unmount, you need to do

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