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  1. #11
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    CDrom mount problem Slackware 13.0


    I spoke in error about the TDK and MAX drives being switched relative to /hdc and hdb in /dev.
    Using udevadm info -a -p `udevadm info -q path -n /dev/hdc` and also for hdb this was shown to be correct. Furthermore, by listing using ls -l and cat to /sys/block/hdc/device/model (and also for hdb) it is shown the system has the drives correctly on hdc and hdb (i.e. MAX).
    With fstab as: /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom iso9660 noauto,users,ro 0 0
    a: mount -t iso9660 -r /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
    gets: mount: no medium found on /dev/hdb
    and
    mount /dev/cdrom0 /media/cdrom0 <--- Command
    mount: /dev/hdb: unknown device <----- System response

    mount /dev/cdrom1 /media/cdrom1 <--- Command
    mount: /dev/hdc: unknown device <----- System response

    At this point I don't know where to go so anyone got an idea?

  2. #12
    Ahoi 'clickit',

    Don't fall into despair, help is on the way!
    What you have to do is just installing 'cdfs' on your slackbox.
    Go to:

    slackbuilds.org/repository/13.0/system/cdfs/

    Download -as usual- the source code and the slackbuild tarballs, follow the instructions for installing...

    Try mounting a cdrom with root privileges
    (i inserted a self-burned audio cd containing .wav files)
    An easy
    'mount -t cdfs /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom'
    should instantly work for you
    ( ...assuming /mnt/cdrom directory exists on your machine
    For more information about cdfs, visit:

    users.elis.ugent.be/~mronsse/cdfs/

    There you will find workarounds for several mount-problems.

    Happy hacking
    Ginger

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