On Friday, August 26, 2011 03:03:11 PM Anton Aylward
Patrick Shanahan said the following on 08/26/2011
> * Roger Luedecke<roger.luedecke(a)gmail.com>
>> One thing that was nice in OS X was the ease
>> image as a virtual disk. I rarely had use for
>> got a netbook, which has no optical drive.
Now when I
>> hoped to install certain games (running on
WINE) this is
>> unnecessarilly complicated, if not impossible due to the
>> optical drive and the lack of an easy
>> be sure to add an easy way to mount disk
>> right click>mount image in Dolphin? I
don't imagine it
>> very hard to implement, and would be very
>> as more users are turning to netbooks and
well, it is very simple but not point-and-click...
mount -o loop -t iso9660<isofilename> <mountpoint>
further help available.
I have no doubt that a script for Konqueror or Dolphin could
be set up.
I've done that for the tools for PDFs ..
Oh wait! Right-click on a .iso ... -> Actions -> browse iso
I wonder how that got there?
Well thanks for the constructive sarcasm. But I said
an image. Browsing is great, unless you need a virtual drive.
There is some software that needs to see the disk in order to
allow it to install. Virtual drive does this, by mounting the ISO
which makes the system see it as a drive.
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