Tuesday, May 30, 2017

How to mount an ISO file in ubuntu?

Maybe, instead of installing additional software, you can use what the system has to this end:
  1. Create a directory to serve as the mount location:
    sudo mkdir /media/iso
    
  2. Mount the ISO in the target directory:
    sudo mount -o loop path/to/iso/file/YOUR_ISO_FILE.ISO /media/iso
    
  3. Unmount the ISO:
    sudo umount /media/iso
    

On your desktop will appear the mounted ISO.

Monday, January 09, 2017

how to use ssh to run shell script on a remote machine?

If Machine A is a Windows box, you can use Plink (part of PuTTY) with the -m parameter, and it will execute the local script on the remote server.
plink root@MachineB -m local_script.sh
If Machine A is a Unix-based system, you can use:
ssh root@MachineB 'bash -s' < local_script.sh
You shouldn't have to copy the script to the remote server to run it.

How to mount an ISO file in ubuntu?

Maybe, instead of installing additional software, you can use what the system has to this end: Create a directory to serve as the mount ...