since a few moment, KDE cannot mount any iso anymore.
when I right-click on an iso file, nothing more appears (no mounting option)
I’ve tried with 3rd party plugin “Mount/Unmount by pulsar-ai” same issue (nothing happens)
Even Ark cannot open .iso files anymore…
fuse2, fuseiso, kio-fuse, and open-fuse-iso is well installed on my system…
Can’t find any help on the French forum, hope I will find here =)
I’m kind of confused. You don’t mount ISO files, you mount drives. You burn an ISO to a drive, using the appropriate software, to make it boot-able, then run it upon boot. Maybe this is a language problem?
Mounting an ISO file in KDE should be simple enough, assuming all required software is in place:
In Dolphin, right-click the ISO file, select ‘Open With’ and choose ‘Disk Image Mounter’. The ISO file should now appear listed in the Dolphin Places panel (F9), under ‘Devices’; click that entry to mount the ISO file (or right-click, mount/unmount).
All being well, no additional right-click actions are needed.
Yes. If gnome-disk-utility (Disks) is in place, that works around and resolves the issue of actions with similar functionality no longer working.
There are also several actions available via the ‘Download New Services’ dialog; I can confirm the OP’s comment that they also fail (or, at least the four I tried). How long this condition has existed, I can’t say, as I typically use the method I already described (above).
First, thank you all ! So many respond and helping ! Thanks.
After reading a lot of links posted, it appears to be an actual bug on KDE/Dolphin.
I’m absolutely beginner and not a powerfull user, so … I think I will just wait a little…
Removing *.iso file pattern from application/vnd.efi.iso didn’t work for me.
And I don’t know how to downgrade any package with Konsole, and don’t feel safe with it… So I will just wait a little for next shared-mime-info and dolphin-plugins updrage in Manjaro Stable
But Thank you all !
PS : And My nickname is funny fusion from and old time when I was using something called ‘windows’ and an old CD compilation called ‘VIRUS’ I’ve liked a lot