You would have used a popular software “Daemon tools” to mount ISO files in windows. Any idea, how to do the same in ubuntu? “Nautilus script” is the easiest possible solution in hand. Basically, it is a zipping script like Winrar or Winzip.
How to Mount ISO files in Ubuntu ?
So, let me tell you how to install Nautilus script and mount your ISO files in ubuntu and install softwares :
- Download these scripts and save them in say /home/abcd/
Mount script -> here
Unmount script -> here
- Now press Ctrl+Alt+T to open the ubuntu Terminal .
- Now enter these commands in the terminal
sudo chmod +x /home/abcd/mount.sh
sudo chmod +x /home/abcd/unmount.sh
- Now you need to move these scripts to system directory, so that they function. So enter in the terminal
sudo mv /home/abcd/mount.sh ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/mount.sh
sudo mv /home/abcd/unmount.sh ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/unmount.sh
- Thats it, Now the scripts are installed and you can mount and unmount your ISO files.
Now, when there is an ISO file in your hard disk.
Now your ISO file is mounted and you can see things happening as if a CD is inserted. After the completion of your job, to “eject your CD” safely,
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