When I insert a Sun-formatted CDROM with many files into my 220 running
Solaris 7, the drive flashes amber a few times and stops, and a new file
manager window opens showing the cdrom icon and its label in the upper
pane. However, files that are on the cdrom are not visible in the lower
pane: it is empty.
Double clicking the icon produces the message 'cdrom is open.' In
terminal mode, the cdrom drive does not appear in the 'df -k' display
and 'cd /cdrom/label', then 'ls' shows 0 files.
Any suggestions on how to get the cdrom to properly mount, or the 220 to
see the cdrom?