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gnome-disk-image-mounter

Attach and mount disk images


see also : gnome-disks - udisks - losetup

Synopsis

gnome-disk-image-mounter [--writable] [URI...]


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description

gnome-disk-image-mounter can be used to set up disk images. Both regular files and GVfs URIs (such as smb://filer/media/file.iso) can be used in the URI parameter. If no URIs are given and a window server is running, a graphical file chooser will be presented.

Note that gnome-disk-image-mounter will not mount filesystems or unlock encrypted volumes in the disk image - this responsibility is left to the automounter in GNOME Shell to ensure that the same interactions happen as if the disk image was a regular physical device or disc.

By default the disk images are attached read-only, use the option --writable to change this.

return value

gnome-disk-image-mounter returns 0 on success and non-zero on failure.


bugs

Please send bug reports to either the distribution bug tracker or the upstream bug tracker at https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=gnome-disk-utility.


see also

gnome-shell, gnome-disks , udisks , losetup


author

Written by David Zeuthen zeuthen[:at:]gmail[:dot:]com with a lot of help from many others.

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