I was wondering how to mount an ISO file in Mac, and a quick search on Google led me to the answer. Turns out that to mount an ISO file in Mac, all you need to do is to open up your Terminal application, go to where you ISO file is, and type:
hdiutil mount yourfile.iso
After that, your ISO will appear as a mounted volume on your Mac OS X computer. That’s it â€“ it’s that easy! To unmount it, I just go to my Finder and unmount it the normal way I unmount volumes in Mac.
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