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= FreeBSD =
To mount a disk image on [[FreeBSD]]:
First attach the image to unit #1:
  # mdconfig -a -t vnode -f /big3/project/images/img/67.img -u 1
Then mount:
  # mount -t msdos /dev/md1s1 /mnt
  # ls /mnt
To unmount:
  # umount /mnt
  # mdconfig -d -u 1
To mount the image read-only, use:
  # mdconfig -o readonly -a -t vnode -f /big3/project/images/img/67.img -u 1
  # mount -o ro -t msdos /dev/md1s1 /mnt
= Linux =
==To mount a disk image on [[Linux]]==
# mount -t vfat -o loop=/dev/loop0,ro,noexec img.dd /mnt
# mount -t vfat -o loop=/dev/loop/0,ro,noexec img.dd /mnt
The '''''ro''''' is for read-only.
This will mount NSRL ISOs:
  # mount /home/simsong/RDS_218_A.iso /mnt/nsrl -t iso9660 -o loop=/dev/loop3,ro,noexec
Some raw images contains multiple partitions (full HD image). In this case, it's necessary to specify a starting offset for each partition.
# mount -t vfat -o loop=/dev/loop0,offset=32256,ro,noexec img.dd /mnt/tmp_1
# mount -t vfat -o loop=/dev/loop1,offset=20974464000,ro,noexec img.dd /mnt/tmp_2
'''Note: You may need to say /dev/loop/0 instead of /dev/loop0 on some systems'''
==To unmount==
# umount /mnt

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