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Hello. When I try to do something that requires files from the original installation discs (creating a new PPPoE connection for example) it asks me to put my install disc ...
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    Mandrake 10.1 installation media


    Hello.

    When I try to do something that requires files from the original installation discs (creating a new PPPoE connection for example) it asks me to put my install disc in the CD-ROM drive and click ok. However it does not acknowledge the disc I have put in (which is the correct disc btw)

    I note that it is calling it hda, which I thought was a hard disc partition title. Is there anywhere I can modify the install disc path so the install software looks in the right place for the disc? (ie the CD-ROM) I have tried playing with fstab to no avail.

    Cheers, Shaun

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    You define your media in the Software section of Mandrake Control Center. There, you can add or remove media. Remove the current CD1, then add it with the correct location.

    Jeremy
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