Re: Mount a .bin file in Linux Dec 22 2006 03:58AM
norman sandbox gmail com
If it were just an iso, you shouldn't have had a problem with the mount. A Windows partition has an offset of 32256 according to the Anti-Hacker Toolkit. You can do the following:
losetup -o 32256 /dev/loop0 /media/test
mount -o -ro /dev/loop0 /media/recovery
ls /media/recovery

Alex Klimov's advice hit the nail on the head and the disktype sounds like it would have got you where you needed to go as well. Good luck.

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