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You can use a software (rufus, uui etc) for starters. This software will "burn" the iso file on the disk creating some sort of simulation to an actual OS CD. Then, you restart the computer and press a key to take you to booting options. On the menu there, you change the preferences to boot from the disk containing the iso file and continue the booting ...


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I would recommend using autofs to mount the drive (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Autofs) in a standard location (eg. not their home-dir). Default for autofs is /run/media/$username/$media-title. udev to restrict permissions (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Udev) and a symlink to allow the user access to the drive from their home-dir. An excerpt ...



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