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Re: cant mount drive



> This identifies the CDROM as device 0,0,0 on the scsi devices.
> 
> However, that is not used for mounting the cdrom filesystem but is used
> for burning cds.
> 
> mounting a cdrom filesystem should be done by a command such as "mount
> /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom"
> 
> 
> Have you changed anything since installing Linux?  What version are you
> running (FC1 or FC2)?  This will affect how you access the cdrom.
> 
> For example, when I install Linux the system defines the CDROM as
> /dev/cdrom (the physical device is /dev/hdd) and the only module loaded
> is ide-cd for it.  If you changed the module loaded (added ide-scsi for
> example) it will change the device used for mounting and  for
> accessing.  It also disrupts automount and other functions.
> 
> FC1 and FC2 are different in the way they handle CD burning.  FC1 still
> used ide-scsi, but FC2 does not (the change from the 2.4 kernel to the
> 2.6 kernel was the cause).

I am using FC2.  Other than the updates from up2date I have not changed
anything since the install.  

Thanks


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