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Re: Specifying filesystem type for mounting?

From: Jeremy Salwen
Subject: Re: Specifying filesystem type for mounting?
Date: Sun, 27 Mar 2011 23:28:10 -0400

For anyone else who's looking for the answer, I figured out that you can get it to work but unloading the ISO9660 module using rmmod iso9660.  Then it will detect the filesystem as a normal UDF drive.


On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 10:28 PM, Jeremy Salwen <address@hidden> wrote:

I'm trying to mount a UDF ISO image on loopback to chainload from it.  However, the problem is that the image doubles as an ISO9660 image.  This means that by default, grub mounts it as an ISO9660, and so all I have access to is the redme.txt file on the ISO saying that I need UDF support.  I have seen in several places that grub supports UDF filesystems, but I don't know how to *force* this image to be mounted as UDF.  How would I do that?

Jeremy Salwen

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