Okay, Say you have a Wubi‘s
root.disk image that you want to mount it on a Linux system in order to access its files and contents. Well, here is what you have to do:
Or, you can use
sudo as a prefix to the following commands.
Second, prepare the mount-point folder:
A mount point is a directory (typically an empty one) in the currently accessible filesystem on which an additional filesystem is mounted (i.e., logically attached). A filesystem is a hierarchy of directories (also referred to as a directory tree) that is used to organize files on a computer system. Source
$ mkdir -p /mnt/wubi
Keep in mind that the
/mnt/ path can be anywhere else as you like. Same thing would apply to the name of mount-point, which in our case is
Then, mount the the
$ mount -o loop /path/to/the/root.disk /mnt/wubi
Finally, if you want to un-mount it, simply do:
$ umount /mnt/wubi
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