I am not very experienced using Linux and I have the following situation that cause me some doubts. I have wrote RaspBian (the RaspBerry linux distribution) on an SD card using Ubuntu dd statment: ...
I have created an image of my Raspberry Pi SD-card using dd: sudo dd if=/dev/sdf of=/home/myusername/raspberry-backup-2014-04-10.img The SD-card includes two partitions (one vfat, one ext4) which ...
I made an image of my entire disk with dd if=/dev/sda of=/media/external_media/sda.img Now the problem is I'd like to mount an ext4 filesystem that was on that disk but mount -t ext4 -o loop ...
Mount raw dd images using GUI/Nautilus the same way as an ISO file (double-click, no sudo, eject button, etc)
I have some raw partition images created using dd this way: dd if=/dev/sdXY of=/path/file.img I know I can mount them using: sudo mkdir /media/mountpoint sudo mount -o loop /path/file.img ...