I'm trying to mount a load of ISO's loopback. And, I'm getting an error;
# mount -o loop seawolf-i386-disc2.iso seawolf-i386-disc2
mount: could not find any free loop device
I've tryed changing MAX_LOOP in linux/drivers/block/loop.c from sixteen
to sixty four, but it doesn't seem to matter. Same thing. Any ideas where
else the limit could be defined ?
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