Re: Mounting iso file as normal user?
On 07/23/2006 08:12 AM, Rodolfo Medina wrote:
>> To mount `image.iso' on `/path/to/dir', I do:
>> # mount -t iso9660 -o ro,loop=/dev/loop0 image.iso /path/to/dir
>> . Is it possible, and how?, to do it as normal user?
>> When I try to, it says:
>> mount: only root can do that
"Mumia W." <email@example.com> writes:
> On my system, I created an fstab entry that lets users mount an ISO
> file. You would just take the stuff from your command above and put it
> into fstab and specify the 'user' option.
I created the directory `/image', set its permissions to 777,
then added to fstab the following line:
image.iso /image iso9660 ro,loop=/dev/loop0,user,noauto 0 0
, then rebooted the computer.
Then I could mount `image.iso' on `/image' simply with:
$ mount /image
. Did I miss anything? Is that what you did on your system?