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iOS and OS X developer who wonders into C# and PHP occasionally.


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comment Mounting an ISO image with readwrite permission
That discussion seems to refer to blessing the system folder, rather than a disk image. This is still needed to allow a folder to open when the disk is inserted.
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comment Mounting an ISO image with readwrite permission
Thanks for the answer. The reason I need to mount as read-write is to have the folder open on mount using sudo bless -folder /Volumes/CD -openfolder /Volumes/CD can I do this without mounting as read-write?
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comment Mounting an ISO image with readwrite permission
Yes, step 5 doesn't work, but I don't need the background image
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