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The existence of /dev/loop* devices doesn’t necessarily indicate anything; some systems pre-populate them, others don’t. However, if they show up in fdisk -l’s output, that means they’ve been set up to provide a loop device over either a file or another block device. You can see what loop devices are set up, and what they “loop” over, by running losetup -l ...


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