CD-ROM mount

CD-ROM mount

Post by Jan Krijtenbu » Thu, 04 Apr 1996 04:00:00



We would like to use a Linux system as a CD-ROM server in our network.
It all works fine but changing CD-ROM's has to be done by  an umount,
changing the CD and a mount again.
Is there a way to detect a CD change and umount/mount it automaticly
in Linux ?
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Jan Krijtenburg
Specialist Communications
Generale Bank Nederland N.V.

 
 
 

1. CD-ROM mount needs source <--> source needs CD-ROM mount

I've just ploughed through the entirety of misc,hardware and setup, to no
avail;  I installed Linux from the sbpcd boot disk (as I have a Panasonic
CD-ROM drive hanging off a SoundBlaster-compat. card), and the CD-ROM drive
chugged away happily to give me the OS.  However, my concerns about the size of
everything I was prompted to install made me decide NOT to install the linux
source.  

Now, when I boot up the CD drive cannot be mounted because of 'wrong fs, blah
blah, or other error'.  I interrogated sbpcd.h (I *did* install the includes)
and the setup was incorrect.  Because I can't mount the CD drive I can't get
the source off the CD - re-booting off the boot disk (sbpcd) and trying a
reinstall  from the CD using setup gives a warning that the CD drive can't be
mounted.

Should I delete the linux partition and start from scratch again?  I do really
need to access the CD drive, and I realise now that it is kind of useful to
have the OS source.

Apart from that, it's great having a proper OS on my PC at last!

John

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