Originally Posted by VICTORSJG
Could you explain me in detail the process i've to follow?
Step one is to have Linux installed. Somewhere.
You can use some Virtual machine, such as Oracle Virtual Box and download some image with a Linux distro installed.
Here is page for VirtualBox download
You can use either community version that is free (as in free speech, or freedom) https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
or you can use version from Oracle, that is free (meaning that you do not have to pay for it) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/se...ads/index.html
There are lots of images with pre-installed Linux distributions available, such as those
You can use, for example this one
LinuxMint 11 i386 LXDE Virtual Appliance
Then you have to boot into that Linux, copy the *.img file somewhere you can see it and mount it using the above command. When you have Linux installed I will look up and test exact working command for you.
Mounting is connecting another partition / device with a filesystem on it to a directory. In this case the filesystem isn't on a device, such as /dev/sdb1 but in a file itself. This is called loopback.