To mount an disk image, open Disk Utility and either select the disk image in the left-hand list of disks or select a disk image from the right-hand list of images. When the disk image's file extension is appended to the image name (i.e. ".dmg"), you can choose to mount the disk image by clicking the unlock button. If it is necessary to verify the volume password, you can do so by selecting the Finder icon in the Disk Utility window and then clicking the Info button. You can also manually mount the disk at this point.
This method is most likely incompatible with all other operating systems and will result in unexpected actions. It's use is only recommended for educational purposes. Please use the following alternative if you need to mount disk images.
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