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If you're getting a "Permission denied" -error message the problem is the permissions of either the device but probably the mountpoint. If the only thing you get is a warning ...
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    If you're getting a "Permission denied" -error message the problem is the permissions of either the device but probably the mountpoint.
    If the only thing you get is a warning about the filesystem being mounted as read only this is normal because CD's are read-only unless you want to bun to them. If you only get the warning the drive should be mounted successfully.

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    well i fixed it. i looked in my lilo.conf file, prayed to everything i find holy and started tinkering around. i passed some new parameters or however you want to look at it and i got it to work.

    thank you everybody for your help. much appreciated

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