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*** WINAXE PLUS WITH RHEL AS3 - HOW DO I DO THIS IN LAMENS?

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Using WinaXe Plus you can open a remote session on a Linux or Unix box, where the ISOs can be mounted remotely, using a command like:
mount -o loop -t iso9660 filename.iso /mnt/iso

Or you can mount the ISOs locally on your Windows box using Nero or similar.  But WinaXe Plus can't help you open the ISOs locally, as it's just an Xserver, not a full Unix implementation.

What do you want to do with the ISOs once they're mounted? And where does cpanel come into it?

Finally, Cpanel Inc have not yet announced a date for the Windows version, though it is in development:
http://www.cpanel.net/
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