Posts Tagged ‘mount’

If you need to find the UUID of a hard disk in Linux, to add an entry to fstab for example, you can use the blkid command. There are many other methods available, but blkid prints the UUID with the label and disk type, and doesn’t require you to enter the path to the disk. […]

The Amazon Kindle is a great little device which stores it’s documents unencrypted and unhidden on it’s hard drive, just like you would on your PC. This means you can add and remove documents as though it was a USB drive. It’s that easy. But on Ubuntu when you plug it in, nothing happens. The […]

Mounting ISO files in Linux

Posted: 24th April 2010 by Tim in Ubuntu
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One of the niceties of linux distros like Ubuntu is that you can ‘mount’ ISO files. An ISO file, or ISO image, is an archive of a CD or DVD. By mounting an ISO file, you can read the data as though you inserted the CD into your computer. Ubuntu will even regard it as […]