You can create multi-session ISO images using kdb. It is a powerful program which allows you to create and burn images from your files or a CD.
You can mount any ISO 9660 image in your linux system. First, you need to create a mount point which is a directory. If you want to treat it as a cd, then, do the following steps (assuming your image name and path is ~/image.iso):
This will load your ISO image as a disk. I hope that this can help you
sudo mkdir iso
sudo mount -o loop ~/image.iso /media/iso
Originally Posted by macanudokiosko