Image Mount (cue, iso, mds, ccd, nrg) 0.2.1

Easily mount cue, iso, mds, ccd, nrg images from Nautilus

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What's new in Image Mount (cue, iso, mds, ccd, nrg) 0.2.1:

  • added notifications of success/failure of mounting
  • the current value is shown when choosing number of discs to be created
  • fixed aptitude installations from the installer scripts
  • fixed the folder opening with overloaded hdd
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Bruce Lee
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Image Mount (cue, iso, mds, ccd, nrg)
Image Mount is a Nautilus script for those that want to use CDEMU without the gnome-panel applet or some other GUI.

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I personally made it because I don't use gnome-panel so i can't use the applet provided, and I also am not too tempted by the GUIs available through the net.

So basicaly, as you can see in the screenshot attached, from Nautilus:
Just right-click the disc image, click Mount Disc, and after a second a window with the mounted image content pops up.

I just tested this with Ubuntu Lucid so I'll make the 'tutorial' for Lucid too:
You'll need to install gcdemu and cdemu-client from the cdemu ppa:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cdemu/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gcdemu cdemu-client

You'll also have to install Nautilus Actions Configuration Tool. I used version 2.30.2 when I did the export.

sudo apt-get install nautilus-actions

Got to copy the script from the attached archive to /usr/bin and give it exec permissions:

sudo cp /path/to/script/disc-mount /usr/bin/disc-mount
sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/disc-mount

And the last thing is to import the config into Nautilus Actions. After that you should consider a reboot of the machine so that the cdemu daemon gets up and running and then everything should be allright.

Last updated on August 6th, 2010


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