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How do you mount an ISO image automatically at boot time?

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How do you mount an ISO image at boot time using FSTAB?
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Add this entry to /etc/fstab:

/tmp/image.iso /mnt/image1 iso9660 ro,loop,auto 0 0

Be sure mount point image1 exists by creating it first usin mkdir /mnt/image1
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