"By cd/dvd image file I mean all those files with extensions
like .iso, .nrg, .img, .bin, .cue, .mdf, etc. Below I will saw you
a few different methods to choose the one that you prefer for
mounting your cd/dvd image files. I 've used Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex
8.10 for this guide but of course you can use any distro you
"If you are using the Gnome Desktop Environment and you want to
mount an ISO file you can just right click on it and select Open
With -> Open with "Archive mounter". Easy eh? However if you
have an image file such as .nrg or .img you can't use the Archive
Mounter. In this case you need to create a virtual cd/dvd disk in
Linux which will take care of the rest. So, let's start."
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