Mount iso on Manjaro-Arm?


#1

Hello, I wanted to know how to mount an ISO on Manjaro, specifically for the ARM (using v 19 on rock64)

currently tried
(sudo) mount -o loop ‘file.iso’ /media/disk throws up

mount: /media/disk: unknown filesystem type ‘udf’.

and

ofit ?? shows unknown command

FuseISO after installation and typing in
(sudo) fuseiso -p file.iso /media/disk
causes cpu to hit 100% on one of the cores and so far hasn’t done anything


#2

Don’t mount it with loop.

It should be mauntable with:
sudo mount -t iso9660 file.iso /media/disk


#3

hello thanks for the reply,
I tried the above and got

'mount: /media/disk: unknown filesystem type ‘iso9660’

is it something to do with kernel module not being present? thanks


#4

install open-fuse-iso
and right click on iso file then in open with mount/unmount iso
or you can install gnome disk utility to mount iso


#5

Apologies, didn’t mention I’m using minimal for arm, that package is not in the repository from a pacman -Ss search

Search Results

extra/ fuse-common 3.4.1-1 [installed]
Common files for fuse2/3 packages
extra/ fuse2 2.9.9-1 [installed]
A library that makes it possible to implement a filesystem in a userspace program.
extra/ fuse3 3.4.1-1 [installed]
A library that makes it possible to implement a filesystem in a userspace program.
extra/ python-defusedxml 0.5.0-2
XML bomb protection for Python stdlib modules
extra/ python2-defusedxml 0.5.0-2
XML bomb protection for Python stdlib modules
extra/ squashfuse 0.1.103-2
FUSE filesystem to mount squashfs archives
community/ benzene 20130630-1
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community/ btfs 2.18-5
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community/ confuse 3.2.2-1
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community/ cromfs 1.5.10.2-3
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community/ curlftpfs 0.9.2-7
A filesystem for acessing FTP hosts based on FUSE and libcurl.
community/ diffuse 0.4.8-3
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community/ disorderfs 0.5.5-1
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community/ enblend-enfuse 4.2-4
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community/ exfat-utils 1.3.0-1 [installed]
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community/ fuseiso 20070708-7 [installed]
FUSE module to mount ISO filesystem images
community/ hubicfuse 3.0.1-3
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community/ ifuse 1.1.3-5
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community/ lxcfs 3.0.3-1
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community/ mtpfs 1.1-3
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community/ perl-fuse 0.16.1-8
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community/ python-fuse 0.3.1-1
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community/ python-llfuse 1.3.5-1
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community/ python2-fuse 0.3.1-1
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community/ python2-llfuse 1.3.5-1
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community/ s3fs-fuse 1.84-1
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community/ sshfs 3.5.1-1
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community/ unionfs-fuse 2.0-2
A user space unionfs implementation

Anything I can do to help let me know


#6

What kind of .iso is it?
An OS iso, DVD movie, Data CD/DVD?


#7

blu-ray movie iso


#8

Can’t help with that. Don’t know how they are set up.

Mounting ISO’s on ARM does not seem to make much sense to me either.


#9

Did you tried

sudo mount -t udf  file.iso /media/disk

It should not be necessary, but you can do at first

sudo modprobe udf

#10

Can’t you mount the disk with your GUI file manager of choice?
Is it an ISO that you created yourself?
Else try what xabbu suggested, I also think that BR are in UDF format.


#11

It should be supported in the kernel at least:

Unless Arch specifically disables it.


#12

$ zgrep -i udf /proc/config.gz


#13

Result on Pinebook at least:

CONFIG_UDF_FS=m

So should be there as a module.


#14

in rock64 it is

CONFIG_UDF_FS is not set


uname -a
Linux rock64 4.19.0-1.2-MANJARO-ARM #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Jan 22 17:48:59 UTC 2019 aarch64 GNU/Linux


modprobe udf
Module udf not found in directory /lib/modules/4.19.0-1.2-MANJARO-ARM


#15

Yeah. The rock64 kernel is a little weird. For starters, it says it has no modules at all.
I haven’t had much time to look into it.
The kernel was a debian kernel that I frankensteined into building on our end.
I’m not a kernel developer, so I don’t know what needs to be done to fix it.