Re: screwed up fedora 16 tryed to mount iso
Ok, so somehow, something is grabbing your "mount" command, hence the reason you get the funky error, but it works if you use the full path. To unmount the device use "umount /mnt/tmp",*if you get a funky error here too, try /bin/umount* note that it is UMOUNT not UNMOUNT, otherwise you will spend all day getting a command not found error.
Anyhow to find out why your mount command is funky, you can try the following:
which mount -- this should return /bin/mount, if points anywhere else, note where
grep mount ~/.bashrc -- this return anything?
grep mount ~/.profile -- this return anything?
Let me know what you find.
Oh, and and far as AcetoneISO, I have no idea, never used it.
Last edited by p0ssum; 25th February 2012 at 11:00 AM.
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