XLinux an ISO file is a disk image, usually a copy of a cd or dvd. To open these files they should be linked to a virtual drive. Depending on your operating system, there are several methods to do this. Follow the steps in this article to quickly start using your ISO files
1 download Daemon Tools Lite. With this free program you can create a virtual disk drive to open disk images. For Windows 7 you have 4.35.6 or newer version needed, you can find the program on their website, here. Install the program when the download is ready. The default settings when installing are good for most users. Make sure you install ” Desktop Gadget ” If you want to add to your Daemon Tools desktop gadgets. That can make it easier in future to link disk images.
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2 drag the ISO file in the program Daemon Tools . Drag it to the bottom window of the program, then the link will start right away. If the process is completed the disk image opens like you a disc opens in a disk drive.
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make sure ISO files automatically in future opened by Daemon Tools. Open ” Preferences ” (preferences) in Daemon Tools. The icon looks like a gear and you’ll find it on the right side of the toolbar. In the left column, click ” Integration ” . Check the box next to ” ISO ” and click ” Apply ” . From now on, each ISO file will automatically open with Daemon Tools as you click it.
Method 2 or 4: Windows 8 1
right click on the ISO file. Windows 8 is the first version of Windows that you open ISO files is supported by the operating system.
2 choose ” open with Windows Explorer ” from the menu. Now it pops up your ISO file as a drive in a
virtual disk drive.
3 remove the disk image to detach. Open ” Computer ” and right click on the virtual drive station with your disk image. Select ” remove ” to unmount the ISO file.
Method 3 or 4
1: Mac OS X, double-click the ISO file. On Mac OS X is opening an ISO file supported by the operating system, there is no need for additional software. Most ISO files can be opened by double-clicking it. The disk image appears on your desktop, just like you have the disk in your disk drive.
2 use disk utility. If the file does not open by double clicking it, you can use disk utility. This program can be found here: programs > utilities > disk utility. Click on ” archive ” , and then on ” Open disk copy … ” . Select your ISO file and click ” Open ” . The disk image appears on your desktop, just like you have the disk in your disk drive. This method also works for other file types, such as DMG disk image and IMG.
3 use Terminal. If you prefer using a command prompt work you can also attach a disk image with the Terminal application. Go to programs > utilities > Terminal. Type ” hdiutil mount <naam-van-je-schijfkopie>. ISO ” in the Terminal window and press Enter. The disk image appears on your desktop, just like you have the disk in your disk drive. This method also works for other file types, such as DMG disk image and IMG.
Linux 4 or 4: 1 sign up as a root user. If you are logged in as other user you can change that by ” $ su – ”
typing in the command prompt window.
2 to create a folder. This is the fifth location. In the command prompt window, type ” # mkdir-p/mnt/disk ” . Replace ” disk ” by a directory name of your choice.
3 mount the disk image. Use the command ” # mount-o loop <sample>. ISO/mnt/disk/ ” . Replace <sample> by the file name of the ISO file. If you have customized the folder name in the previous step you should also ” disk ” replaced by your new folder name
4 search the files. If the disk image that you attach a file system, you can search the files with the following commands: ” # cd/mnt/disk ” , followed by ” # ls-1 ” .