After acquiring a new virtual Debian squeeze I ran into a problem regarding loop devices. My plan was to set up an encrypted FS in a regular file and mount it. Unfortunately I can't do that since ...
Is there a way to take a disk img file that is broken up into parts and mount it as a single loop device?
I am using losetup -a to see my loop devices, but it has a length limit (which is 62 characters). So I can't know for sure which loop device I really want. Ex: [root@r7byach]# losetup -a ...
I am doing a mounting of an iso file and looking at this tutorial. They use the command: $ mount -o loop disk1.iso /mnt/disk I'm trying to understand the use of -o loop. So I have two questions: ...
I've created an image of my hd with dd, but grub was installed on it, and I'm trying to figure out how to mount the image file, but mount doesn't recognise it as an ext4 partition because of the grub ...