Image Mount (cue, iso, mds, ccd, nrg)

Nautilus Scripts

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This is for those that want to use CDEMU without the gnome-panel applet or some other GUI. I personally made it because I don't use gnome-panel so i can't use the applet provided, and I also am not too tempted by the GUIs available through the net.

So basicaly, as you can see in the screenshot attached, from Nautilus:
Just right-click the disc image, click Mount Disc, and after a second a window with the mounted image content pops up.

I just tested this with Ubuntu Lucid so the light installer I made will warn you if you try to run it under another distro. If however you test it with another one and it works fine please post the output of `cat /etc/*-release`

And one more thing before installing it through the install.sh script. It will reload nautilus so don't panic if your open folders will dissapear while installing this.


KNOWN BUGS: NONE

If you find any bugs please report to help improve this.
Last changelog:

8 years ago

[0.2.1]
> added notifications of success/failure of mounting
> the current value is shown when choosing number of discs to be created
> fixed aptitude installations from the installer scripts
> fixed the folder opening with overloaded hdd
> fixed script copy bug
> fixed nautilus-actions entry bug

[0.2]
> made installer for the script and the required dependencies
> have 2 options for installing: nautilus-actions, nautilus-script
> you can change the default number of virtual disks created from the install
script
> no longer require restarting the session for the daemon to run
> installer automaticaly imports the nautilus-actions entry

[0.1]
> made the disc-mount script
> exported nautilus-actions entry

THExSE7ENxSINS

7 years ago

Im using 10.10 and now I can't mount any drive any kind, it would be cool if I could uninstall this...

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brucelee

7 years ago

Sorry but I didn't (and I won't) make any uninstaller.

First of all remove cdemu:
killall cdemud
sudo apt-get remove gcdemu cdemu-client
sudo apt-get autoremove


Next is the removal of the nautilus entry:

If it's installed as nautilus script:
rm -f ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/disc-mount

If it's installed as nautilus action:
Open nautilus actions from menu or write "nautilus-actions-config-tool" in terminal and remove the entry.

That should do it.

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THExSE7ENxSINS

7 years ago

I wasn't asking for an uninstaller
^ ^
this worked great thank you kind sir.

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claudio1973

8 years ago

i found an easier solution. Just put the script disc-mount in to the hidden folder in your home .Gnome2/nautilus-script. Right click on the iso image and select scripts-> disc-mount. it works perfectly.

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brucelee

8 years ago

i prefer nautilus-actions as it shows the mount option only for the supported file types and it's not in the scripts area (which for me is quite crowded) :) if you want it like that do as you wish

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brucelee

8 years ago

As you might have seen already, the script can now be installed either as a nautilus-actions entry or as a normal nautilus script. If anyone has other ideas or problems with this feel free to comment here and help improve the script.

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claudio1973

8 years ago

i found an easier solution. Just put the script disc-mount in to the hidden folder in your home .Gnome2/nautilus-script. Right click on the iso image and select scripts-> disc-mount. it works perfectly.

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8 years ago

[0.2.1]
> added notifications of success/failure of mounting
> the current value is shown when choosing number of discs to be created
> fixed aptitude installations from the installer scripts
> fixed the folder opening with overloaded hdd
> fixed script copy bug
> fixed nautilus-actions entry bug

[0.2]
> made installer for the script and the required dependencies
> have 2 options for installing: nautilus-actions, nautilus-script
> you can change the default number of virtual disks created from the install
script
> no longer require restarting the session for the daemon to run
> installer automaticaly imports the nautilus-actions entry

[0.1]
> made the disc-mount script
> exported nautilus-actions entry

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