To mount the ISO image file.iso to the mount point /mnt/iso use this command:
mount -o loop -t iso9660 filename.iso /mnt/iso
Other Operating Systems
Please contact your OS supplier for the most suitable software for Mounting an .iso file as it were a drive.
Using Atlas Server on other platforms
RouteBuddy Atlas uses lighttpd to provide a standard WebDAV server, and should be accessible from any client that supports this protocol.
To connect From Linux:
For Linux systems, any recent Gnome or KDE desktop should come with WebDAV support.
Alternatively, the free AnyClient software can be used on any Java-capable platform.
Answering an incoming call, or switching to another application, will stop the server. When uploading a map to Atlas, do not make or receive phone calls or the transfer will be interrupted. If you experience problems connecting to the server, please ensure that your iPhone is connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Mac or PC. To check that your phone is configured correctly, enter the server URL into a web browser. If successful, this will display the files currently stored in Atlas as below.
If the server can not be contacted, please check that:
Your phone is connected via Wi-Fi to your local network.
RouteBuddy Atlas is running, and its server has been activated.
The server URL has been entered correctly into the web browser.
Port 8080 has not been blocked by a firewall or router.
Copying the .rbmap file from your computer to your device
By following the instructions for to open the .iso file you will have a window on your desktop showing the contents of the .iso file: EULA.html, html, Read Me.html, yourmapname.rbmap
Once the iPhone/iPod/iPad touch has been linked to your computer via the built-in server, another window will open on your desktop containing five folders:
Now you are ready to copy the .rbmap folder from the .iso file to
the Maps folder within Atlas on the iPhone/iPod/iPad touch. Simply drag and drop the whole .rbmap folder onto the Maps folder.
The map will now be on your phone and all you need to do is licence it.
Please take note of the following:
When copying large files, we suggest you plug in your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad touch to its charger, position it close to the router and make sure it shows full strength for the Wi-Fi network. To get the best transfer speeds you may find it useful to plug in your computer via ethernet and not use other network intensive applications or any other equipment using the Wi-Fi at the same time as your transfer.
The Map looks like it has copied but it is not appearing in the Atlas Map window
If the copy has failed for some reason it may be that a part copy map file has been placed in the Maps folder in Atlas. If this has happened the licence screen will appear in Atlas for you to licence the map but, if only part of the map has copied, then none of the map will not show on the screen.
So, before you do anything, make sure you press the “View whole map” square icon on the bottom r.h.s. of the menu bar to make sure that the map is definitely not there.
If it is not, please take the following steps:
Connect your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad to the computer via the server and look inside the Maps folder. Delete the part copied .rbmap file.
If there is another folder saying Maps(disabled) then delete this folder.
Switch the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad off.
Try to make sure that the only devices which will be using the wifi system whilst the copy takes place will be your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad and the computer from which you will be doing the map copy.
Re-boot the wifi router either by using it’s on/off switch or reset button.
Switch your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad on and then refer to the instructions to connect your phone via the Atlas built-in server.
Then continue with the the instructions for copying your map to Atlas.
Licensing your map
Go to Maps in Atlas on your iPhone/iPod touch and your installed map should appear under Offline Maps
Touch the map icon or name and the licence code window will open up.
If you can access your licence email on your phone you may like to use the copy and paste functions on the phone to enter the licence.
If you enter manually then type exactly as shown in your licence email without the enclosing brackets.
When you have entered the licence correctly the “Done” button at the top will be highlighted in blue.
Tap the “Done” button and your map will be licenced and ready to use.