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Portable image/ISO mounter

jahvascriptmaniac - May 30, 2007 - 9:08am
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Well the following post : seems to be closed, so I'll re-open it here Smiling

I think building an app that would mount iso's is possible, because the following app :
(look for Yadabyte Disk)

can mound an encrypted disk, and I don't think it requires administrative rights.

Note : yadabyte disk is marked as "temporarily unavailable" bu once I managed to download it - not the source code however ;( - by hitting random files - it's file number 56 or something like this Smiling

I've contacted the author and I'll se if he can send me the source code.

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I was just...

Thinking about that yesterday, I was just looking for a good open source one, I'll look into it. It's especially handy for things like Linux and the OpenCD.

I felt so different without a signature.

I don't know about open

I don't know about open source, but UltraISO works portably and can mount ISO images.

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Try Isobuster...


'tis freeware (the basic version, anyway), works portably.

Prolly not open source, tho'...

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Mounting a filesystem

Mounting a filesystem requires admin rights. Period.


I use MS Virtual CD-ROM

I use MS Virtual CD-ROM Control Panel v2.0.1.1

Works great with Admin rights and I just carry the driver on the usb to install as needed -


Okay for me, I usually only need to use an image at a friends house, who would have admin rights.

I felt so different without a signature.

is this entirely correct?

I mean doesn't the file system from a usb drive mount without admin privleges? Wouldn't it be possible then to mount a virtual usb-cd-rom drive without admin priv?

Real Yes. Virtual No.

Virtual CD requires a driver. Which requires admin privs. Period. End of story.

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fair enough

fair enough