I'm running Slackware 2.2.0 and I've just upgraded the kernel from 1.2.8
to 1.2.11. The upgrade seems to work fine except for one message I get
at bootup which I don't like and don't know how to fix. I specifically
answered yes to iso9660 support when I compiled, but every time I reboot
I still see the message 'mount: fs iso9660 not supported by this filesystem'
What filesystem do I need?
Also, temporarily putting aside that problem, I decided to attempt and
install the CD-ROM driver. I decided to start with the
mitsumi-fast.tar.gz file but I couldn't find any documentation on how to
install these, so I guessed. I un-archived it so that the two source
files went into the appropriate directories with the kernel source code,
overwriting the mitsumi drivers that were in there. Then I recompiled the
kernel, answering yes to IDE/ATAPI CDROM support and ISO9660 support, and
selected the default mitsumi drive when asked what type of cdrom I had.
This normally wouldn't be the right one to choose since it's not ATAPI, but
since I overwrote the old source files, I did it. To shorten things up,
compiling bombed out when it got to the cdrom drivers. Obviously I guessed
wrong, so could someone tell me how to install these or where to look for