> } Hi All,
> } I "upgraded" Redhat 5.0 to RH5.1 from CDROM-drive.
> } After rebooting I cannot mount the same CDrom again. Mount complains:
> } iso9660 not supported by kernel???
> } Please tell me if you know how to fix this?!
> } (OR AT least could somebody please telle me how I could "downgrade"
> } back to RH5.0, which worked fine :-)
> } I appreaciate any help,
> } -----------
> } Esa Tiiliharju
> I just upgraded from 4.2 to 5.1. Same problem.
> It can't find the modules.dep file in /lib/modules at boot up.
> Update the kernelcfg and initscripts rpms.
> At boot up watch for a message about modules.dep
> With the new rpms it was looking for /lib/modules/2.0.34/modules.dep
> I went into 2.0.34-0.6 and executed "depmod -a -v"
> In /lib/modules I made a new symbolic link:
> ln -s 2.0.34-0.6 2.0.34
> Reboot. It works great now, it fixed a few other problems as well.
> Are we having fun yet?
I have just installed RH 5.1 on my machine and although the CDROM
(iso9660) does not initially mount on startup, I got to mount in X. Go to
Administration (this is under AfterStep) and File Management (or something
like that). From there you get a dialog box showing your various storage
devs with buttons containing 'mount', 'unmount', format and so on. Just
look for cdrom and mount it. Mounting in character mode should be just as
easy, however, I have not tried that yet.
Hope it helps you out