[techtalk] .iso format

The Cat In The Hat catnthat76 at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 27 08:36:52 EST 2000

>mount -t iso9660 /redhat/iso/location /mnt/rh-iso

Actually what you are looking for to mount an ISO is
mount -t iso9660 -o loop=/dev/loop1 /redhat/iso/location /mnt/rh-iso

The only way I am aware that you can make changes to what is in an ISO is to 
copy the files from the mounted ISO to another directory, make your changes 
and write a new ISO.

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