Now let’s focus on adding that Mac like feature which will enable us to mount an image with just a few clicks of the mouse (without adding any extra software).
sudo mv iso-* //bin/
The two scripts that we have just moved will need to be made executable, so to do this in the terminal type:
sudo chmod +x iso-*
Close the terminal and locate one of your .ISO files within the file browser (Nautilus).
Right click your .ISO file and choose “Properties”, in the page that appears choose the “Open With” tab. Click the arrow next to “Use a custom command” and type in the following in the text field.
repeat this but add
make sure that iso-mount.sh is selected as default like in the diagram below.
Now all you need to do to mount your .ISO files is to double click them (and enter your admin password), to unmount the .ISO right click the .ISO and choose “Open With iso-unmount.sh”