[K12OSN] Local CD/DVD and USB Drive Problems From Terminal
otrcomm at isp-systems.net
Sun May 31 22:17:42 UTC 2009
Peter Scheie wrote:
> Access to local CD drives on the client does not support music CDs.
> They are a different format than data CDs.
Okay, thanks for the info! Is there any way to support music CDs?
Also, I did get the USB access working from the terminal, however, there is strange behavior. If I plug a USB stick in on the
server, it shows up on my testing terminal desktop also. But if I just mount one from the terminal it does not appear on the server
I do not want a USB stick mounted at the server to appear at the terminal(s)? Is this configurable, and if so, how?
> murrah boswell wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I am using the K12Linux 10 Live CD booted on a server from a USB stick!
>> I read that K12Linux provides access to local devices like the CD/DVD
>> drive but when I put a music cd into the local drive and try to play
>> it, I get an error about not being able to mount /dev/sr0 because of
>> Permission denied.
>> How can I enable the clients to utilize local resources like the
>> CD/DVD drive and USB dive?
>> Murrah Boswell
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