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Debian GNU/Linux Reference Guide
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8.6.37 mount hard disk image file

If file.img contains an image of hard disk contents and the original hard disk had a disk configuration which gives xxxx = (bytes/sector) * (sectors/cylinder), then the following will mount it to /mnt:

     # mount -o loop,offset=xxxx file.img /mnt

Note that most hard disks have 512 bytes/sector.


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