[CentOS] install not recognizing RHEL

William Hooper whooperhsd3 at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 20 02:31:14 UTC 2005

Will McDonald wrote:
> Or dd the whole CD to disk if he has the space available (likely
> nowadays), then mount in 'rw' as a iso9660 loopback device. Replace $user
> with a valid username/location.
> mkdir /mnt/tmpiso/ dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/home/$user/temp.iso mount -o loop
> -t iso9660 /home/$user/temp.iso /mnt/tempiso
> That should be writable IIRC.

Nope.  The ISO file system is always read only no matter what options you

William Hooper

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