How can I install "Sanyo 4x CD-ROM 3disk" in LINUX?

How can I install "Sanyo 4x CD-ROM 3disk" in LINUX?

Post by Moosung Ki » Tue, 07 Jan 1997 04:00:00

Hi, there~
Happy new year! good year!

I have these disk.
These disk is convenient but...
Linux is recognize only ONE disk.

How can I install all drivers.

bye.. ^.^


1. Sanyo 3-Disk ("Jukebox") CD-Rom

I have a Gateway 2000 P5-120 which is delivered with a Sanyo 3-Disk
("Jukebox") CD-Rom.  This CD-Rom uses an ATAPI interface and I can mount
a single disk but I'd like to know if it is possible to mount all three
disks (i.e., and have something like /dev/cdrom1, /dev/cdrom2, /dev/cdrom3).
Anyone know if this is possible?

Carey Bunks

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