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You need the library libdvdcss. Read this. The package libdvdcss2 is not included in the official repositories, but can be easily installed. Two short commands should help. sudo apt-get install libdvdread4 sudo sh /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh
First, it's unclear what you mean that you "dealt with UEFI." There's a LOT of misinformation floating around about EFI-mode booting, so a vague statement that you "dealt with" it could mean that you've followed appropriate advice or that you've followed any of the many (in fact, perhaps more numerous than correct) pages that present iffy or flat-out wrong ...
From there, do you know how I could boot from the virtual CD? You can not. A virtual CD is not intended for installing operating systems. 2 options: You can install from a partition by putting the ISO on that partition and when grub boots start from that ISO. See How to mount image.iso and create an option in Grub to install? for details on that. ...
mount: block device /dev/sr0 is write-protected You're trying to burn to a DVD that's write protected. Perhaps it's already burned and a DVD-/+R?
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