I have a bash script where I mount an ISO to loop devices:
mount -o loop my.iso /tmp/foo
And it happens that at the same time in my OS (Linux Mint 19) I have an ISO image mounted, using the GUI option for this action.
So I get the error
mount: /tmp/foo: /dev/loop0 ya está montado o el punto de montaje está
(...loop0 mount point busy...)
Can I select what loop can I mount my ISO, something like:
mount - loop3 my.iso /tmp/foo
so I don't need to umount the previous ISO?