54.2 Loopback Device
You can mount a file containing an image of a file system, such as a file with the extension iso, (perhaps the file is a CD-ROM or DVD image that you want to check out first) with the following command:
# mount -t iso9660 -o loop sarge-i386-1.iso.tmp /mnt
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