Here is a way how to include a Debian/Ubuntu ISO image into your
/etc/apt/sources.list file. This kind of hack can prove handy in terms of
reducing package download during the installation or if you do not have
CD/DVD drive available ( or is broken ) on your system. Let's assume that we have a Debian ISO image downloaded at the location:
/mnt/storage/iSO/debian-i386-DVD-1.iso. As a first step we need to create a
mount point to where this ISO image will be mounted to:
mkdir /mnt/debian-dvd Now we need to...