GNOME-DISK-IMAGE-MOU(1) gnome-disk-utility GNOME-DISK-IMAGE-MOU(1)NAMEgnome-disk-image-mounter - Attach and mount disk images
SYNOPSISgnome-disk-image-mounter [--writable] [URI...]
DESCRIPTIONgnome-disk-image-mounter can be used to set up disk images. Both
regular files and GVfs URIs (such as smb://filer/media/file.iso) can be
used in the URI parameter. If no URIs are given and a window server is
running, a graphical file chooser will be presented.
Note that gnome-disk-image-mounter will not mount filesystems or unlock
encrypted volumes in the disk image - this responsibility is left to
the automounter in GNOME Shell to ensure that the same interactions
happen as if the disk image was a regular physical device or disc.
By default the disk images are attached read-only, use the option
--writable to change this.
RETURN VALUEgnome-disk-image-mounter returns 0 on success and non-zero on failure.
Written by David Zeuthen <firstname.lastname@example.org> with a lot of help from
Please send bug reports to either the distribution bug tracker or the
upstream bug tracker at
SEE ALSOgnome-shell(1), gnome-disks(1), udisks(8), losetup(8)GNOME March 2013 GNOME-DISK-IMAGE-MOU(1)