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Thread: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

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    Wink daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    Hello

    I use for mouunting cue, iso, and whatever fusermount which a great alternative
    http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/...images_as_user

    adduser username fuse
    is there a frontend gtk for fusermount?

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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?


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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    Yep, that is a good one. There is also AcetoneISO, and Gmount-ISO that are quite good as well.

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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    Quote Originally Posted by Duskao View Post
    Yep, that is a good one. There is also AcetoneISO, and Gmount-ISO that are quite good as well.
    I prefer furious mount because the configuration of permission is the best
    acetoneiso is too difficult to compile


    furious mount is hte best, and teh simplest

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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    No need to compile, you can install from the repository or getdeb.net.
    Gmount-iso is extremely simple to use.
    Also you can mount iso's by right clicking on them and select mount.

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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    Quote Originally Posted by gradinaruvasile View Post
    No need to compile, you can install from the repository or getdeb.net.
    Gmount-iso is extremely simple to use.
    Also you can mount iso's by right clicking on them and select mount.
    you need gnome. I have fluxbox.

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    Re: daemon tools alternative, for mounting iso and cue: frontend gtk for fusermount?

    "furious mount is hte best, and teh simplest"

    Better than AcetoneISO? Just because you don't know how to do qmake, make, sudo make install, it doesn't mean furius is better than AcetoneISO. And anyways, AcetoneISO does plenty of things that furius doesn't do.

    Please stop spamming or being a pointless fanboy.

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