Bryant Eadon wrote:
Have you tried mounting it as a vnode ? and mounting it R/W ?
mdconfig -a -t vnode -f file.img
mount -t <type> /dev/md0 /mnt/rw_dvd
Where <type> may be cd9660 or some other format of the image.
I haven't seen reported success with this method (checked with various
google searches), but perhaps there's something along these lines *will*
Pardon my political incorrectness...
If you can't get it to work under FreeBSD, I'm pretty sure that it works
mount -t iso9660 -o loop file.img /mnt
(I'm not sure that "iso9660" is the right filesystem type, but "man
mount" will tell you.)
Once mounted that way you can use it like any other filesystem.
I actually did this once, but it was years ago.
Michael David Crawford
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