On Friday, August 26, 2011 01:05:13 PM C wrote:
On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 21:32, Patrick Shanahan
> * 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.
A GUI alternative is to use Acetone ISO which is in the
sets up Virtual drives for your ISOs.. mounts them
other mount, and applications can use them like a
It's one step up from the file manager option
Thats better, but clearly not obvious. I personally like to see
people dump proprietary OSes. But that will not happen
unless our solutions are obvious. It is not feasible for a casual
user to do tons of research on packages they don't know exist
or are even needed.
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