Mounting an ISO file on Linux

You can use a virtual drive to mount an ISO file to install RICOH ProcessDirector.
To mount an ISO file:
  1. Create the ISO mounting point. For example, mkdir /isomount.
    Note: The mounting point for the ISO file does not need to be created off the root directory. It can be created anywhere on the system.
  2. Transfer the ISO file to the computer. For example, place the file in the directory /tmp/RPD.iso.
  3. Mount the ISO file using this command: mount -o loop /<location of ISO>/<mounting point>
    For example: mount -o loop /tmp/RPD.iso /isomount