On 11/03/16 09:33, Rick Stevens wrote:
On 11/02/2016 06:30 PM, fred roller wrote:
> Mount -o loop file.iso ./somedirectory/you/made
> I believe will mount your image
> Most archive managers will open an iso file as well. Booting a live
> usb/dvd would allow for exploring.
To be certain:
mount -o loop -t iso9660 /path/to/file.iso /desired/mountpoint
The "-t iso9660" ensures a CDROM-style FS is used. It should autodetect
it, but "belt and suspenders" is never a bad idea.
And, after you did all that and mounted all the other file systems contained on the
you'd find that there is no "Packages" directory. :-)
It isn't needed since the "install to disk" process simply copies whole
the rootfs.img to where it is needed and doesn't do package installs like the DVD
of older releases.
You're Welcome Zachary Quinto