Ubuntu – Mounting ISO files etc.

Ok, so I switched all my desktop linuxes to Ubuntu over Gentoo. Servers are still Gentoo, but I want to be in the main stream for desktop OSes. This is mainly so I can support my friends usage of the OS.

So I just wanted to comment on a nice script for mounting you ISO files on Ubuntu. It is in the default package source. It is called gmountiso and it is pretty easy to use.

Actually this was need because I used k3b to copy the DVD of my daughter’s dance performance to an image. Then I wanted to mount the iso to see if I could play it properly. The end goal is to just rip her parts out of the movie (I don’t really care about the other girls, I will admit).

I think that I will use acidrip or similar for this last part of the task.

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