Is it possible to mount an iso in writable mode ?


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Unfortunately, no.

Avinash-Raj said here, [flagged as dupe]

ISO files are always mounted as read only. So copy files from the mounted ISO to another folder and then make changes you want. You can then use mkisofs to generate a new ISO from the modified folder.


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