Over the past few days, I have downloaded both the 32 and 64 bit version of server and desktop to install on an Intel based PC.
It is normal from within OS X to double click on an ISO and it will mount the ISO in the finder as well as within disk utility.
When I attempt to mount any of the Ubuntu ISOs I downloaded, OS X returns the error message
The following disk images couldn't be opened. The reason given for the error is
no mountable filesystem.
However, I am still able to open the ISO directly from disk utility and burn it to a DVD/CD.
What has changed in this release to cause this? Is there something wrong with the current ISOs?
The OS X machine I am using is only two weeks old and is having no issues with any other ISO.