Mounting an ISO file on Linux
You can use a virtual drive to mount an ISO file to install Ricoh ProcessDirector.
- 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.
- Transfer the ISO file to the computer. For example, place the file in the directory
- Mount the ISO file using this command:
mount -o loop /<location of ISO>/<mounting point>For example:
mount -o loop /tmp/RPD.iso /isomount