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How to mount a USB key

Tweet With the most recent distributions of Linux, and their GUI environment, mounting a USB key is automatically done when inserting the key. Yet, sometimes, it is useful to mount it yourself (for instance, when running Linux in level 3). … Continue reading

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Mount an ISO file under linux with bchunk

Tweet The tool bchunk can be used to mount an ISO file. Under Fedora 9, you could use it as follows. First, you need to install it:

bchunk converts a .cue (and its pair-wise .bin) file into an iso … Continue reading

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