> I just upgraded my 6X CD-ROM to a 24X. Now when I try to mount the CD I
> get a message stating "mount: /dev/cdrom is not a valid block device". The
> new CD is an IDE/ATAPI drive and I am using Redhat 5. I have even tried
> reinstalling everything. This is weird, because I can boot to DOS and
> install straight from the Redhat CD. After installing and booting to Linux
> I get the above error. What is the deal?
I don't know what happened to it the first time, but I found when I
installed RH 4.1 it didn't create the link to /dev/cdrom from th actual
I have a scsi cd and found it at /dev/scd0, created a link to
/dev/cdrom and life is good. ln -s /dev/scd0 /dev/cdrom
Look in dmesg for the actual device name.
I just posted this the other day, since it cost me an hour to find it...
HP-UX1# restarting braind....
HP-UX1# /usr/lib/intelligence not found. core dumped.