I was looking over some question here on the site. From what I understood I could mount an iso file in a virtual drive using "-o loop" (the loop option). Is this true?
...if it is then I'm having trouble using it. I was trying this:
sudo mount -t iso9660 -o loop /media/*username*/VDVD /home/*username*/Desktop/ubuntu-14.04-desktop-i386.iso
I'm trying to mount the Ubuntu iso in a virtual drive. I used mount. I specified the type. I used "the loop option. The first directory is where the file would be mounted and the second is the file itself. I get the output
/media/minow/VDVD: Is a directory ...it's like I wanna tell the terminal "YEAH I KNOW!"
so anyways :D is there something wrong with my command or is it impossible to do this in the first place?